The Jamestown City Council chose Monday not to stop the application for a state permit to bore under Interstate 94 for a water line to serve the Jamestown Regional Medical Center.
The original motion to make the application passed 4-1 at the council’s April Building, Planning and Zoning Committee meeting, with Mayor Clarice Liechty voting against it. Hers was also the only opposing vote on Monday.
A road construction project on the eastbound and westbound roadways of Interstate 94 from Steele to Dawson begins Monday, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation. Mo-torists are asked to use caution when traveling through this work zone as during construction, lane closures will alternate between the driving lanes and the passing lanes on a regular basis.
After discussing potential water routing and water towers in the area of the new Jamestown Regional Medical Center, the City Council’s Building, Planning and Zoning Committee voted 4-1 to apply for a state permit to bore under Interstate 94.
The plan Interstate Engineering has designed for supplying water to the medical center is a loop that connects with city water on the south side of I-94 in the general area of R.M. Stoudt. From there the line would run west to the medical center site then back north under the interstate to reconnect with a city water line.
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