|Apache County Sheriff’s Office Letter to ADOT on Hwy.191 Issues
February 2017 ADOT sanctioned study
Low Volume State Routes Study
More than one route has been studied within the exterior boundaries of Apache County, here is a link to the study cited above. http://www.veritasresearchconsulting.com/AC/ADOT_Feb2017-Low_Volume_State_Routes_Study.pdf
Here is an informational article published in Greenlee County, by the EA Courier, from November 2017.
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|From Supervisor Shamley:
Many of us have worked very hard on getting some changes to the current road regulations and statutes, via new legislation, to allow more maintenance in our rural county. This legislation is currently introduced and assigned as “HB2413 – Public Road Maintenance; Primitive Designation”
We were successful in gaining a super-majority vote at the legislative convention in October 2017 (14 of 15 counties, with Yavapai County being the one opposing county), and getting the bill and language thus far entered into the hearings, committees and calendars.
I have attached two .pdf documents for your use, one being an executive summary of the proposed legislation, the other being a summary of committee members, email addresses, talking points, etc.
We would greatly appreciate any and all support that can be shown via emails to the legislators listed, in this initial phase, and to the rest of the House as a whole at a later date.
Please share with any people who may be willing to support this legislation for the good of our rural citizens.
Public Road Maintenance; primitive designation Prime Sponsor: Rep. Cook
House Standing Committee Agenda, Committee On Local and International Affairs Wednesday, January 31, 2018 – HHR 5 – 0900 hrs.
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|District III serves the communities of Alpine, Concho, Eagar, Greer, McNary, Nutrioso, St. Johns, Sanders, Springerville and Vernon. District III also includes the Navajo Nation communities of Lupton, Nahata Dziil, Oak Springs and St. Michaels.|