Doug Trieste: Nice job, Breckenridge |

Doug Trieste: Nice job, Breckenridge

Doug Trieste

Praise and thanks go out to the Town of Breckenridge engineering and public works departments for a very practical approach to the problem. Installing larger culverts as soon as possible to get the road open in a timely manner until planning and funding can consider other alternatives makes a lot of sense. Planning, design and funding for such projects are not as simple as may appear to some. In the interim, Coyne Valley Road will be back in service and the probability of flows that can wash out a new crossing with larger culverts is very small.

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