Posted 2/10/2019 21:50 (#7312320 - in reply to #7312272) Subject: RE: KS Township issues
I agree, Sedgwick county does seem to keep their grader going and do a pretty good job. I always laugh when I see the grader going on 109th or 85th East of Greenwich, because it always seems like it's right after it rains, this last fall they were grading when water was on the road! But grade enough to keep them decent. I'm pretty sure I know the guy you're talking about that grades at 30mph. I've seen him try to cut washboards with the Backhoe! He's notorious for stirring things up in the community, especially with other townships lol. I'm not sure how the townships are farther west of the interstate, are you East, West or South if you don't mind my asking? I have the same frustrations with sand coming right back out of the holes, and a lot of it is because they grade when it's bone dry because they don't get around to it when it's still damp. So I agree, to many irons in the fire.