New York Ranch Road Project Tops Jackson Agenda

New York Ranch Road Project Tops Jackson Agenda

The Jackson City Council is moving ahead with a major refurbishment project of New York Ranch Road paid for by the Jackson Rancheria.   Meeting last night, the Council approved opening for bids on a road improvement project that will cover a one mile stretch of New York Ranch Road between Court Street and China Graveyard Road at the city's northern boundary line.   The project will include new pavement, widening the road, and new curb, gutter and side walk.   The total cost of the project is estimated at 1.6 million dollars, and will be paid for by the Jackson Rancheria.   New York Ranch Road offers the most direct connection between the city and the Rancheria property.  In other business, the Council approved the appointment of Jake Tollett to the Jackson Cemetery Board.  The Cemetery Board position was left open when Robert Stimpson was appointed to the City Council, in order to fill a seat left vacant when Pat Crew was elected to the Board of Supervisors.   Earlier in the evening, the Council held a marathon 3 hour budget workshop, examining details of the city's budget for the upcoming fiscal year. 

 

Written by Craig Baracco

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