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Here we go again

July 2, 2013

Seems like the proverbial broken record. I just attended the Route 220 safety corridor meeting. It appears that everyone knows there are problems and they know where the problems exist....

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JabbaTheHutt

Jul-02-13 8:55 AM

Can't believe the word cop took out D A M. I typed Shamokin <space> Dam<space> and it blanked it out. I could see if I mistyped it with an N on the end, but a****is a structure used to block water in a river.

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JabbaTheHutt

Jul-02-13 8:53 AM

Agree JohnZook, although I was just on a trip down south and drove through Shamokin****and picked up 11/15 there at Selinsgrove. When getting on that ramp I noticed some new piles of base material or something there at the beginning/end of the existing highway. They had a story on the news not too long ago about finally doing that bi-pass, maybe they will. That would be a blessing not to have to drive down Shamokin's "Golden Strip" en route to Maryland.

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JohnZook

Jul-02-13 8:47 AM

They'll build it as fast as the highway around Shamokin Dam.............

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ToTEXASfromPA

Jul-02-13 6:30 AM

"In a nutshell, if you want to eliminate the issues with current Route 220, and the only thing that will work, get I-99 built!"

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Absolutely correct.

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eriklatranyi

Jul-02-13 5:45 AM

Welcome to the chorus!

Build I-99!

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