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Personnel Updates for Aug. 24 – Sept. 6, 2018

Monday, September 17, 2018

Information provided by the Office of Employee Services New hires Travis Anderson, highway technician associate, Pocahontas garage Kenneth Bulechek, equipment operator senior, District 5 paint crew Jacob Devine, mechanic, Repair Shop Ashley Fox, driver’s license clerk senior, Davenport driver’s license service center Matthew Gordy, design technician, Bridges & Structures Carly Hill, secretary 2, Support Services Ryan Hughes, mechanic, repair shop Willie Marvets, highway technician, Waterloo garage Brian Rohatsch, highway technician associate, Missouri Valley garage Nicholas Schmaus, highway technician associate, Spirit...

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Notice of highway corridor preservation for the proposed U.S. 63 northwest bypass of Oskaloosa in Mahaska County

Thursday, September 20, 2018

AMES, Iowa – Sept. 20, 2018 – The Iowa Department of Transportation is providing public notice of the corridor preservation for the proposed U.S. 63 northwest bypass route, which would connect U.S. 63 north of the Oskaloosa city limits to a new interchange at Iowa 163 west of Oskaloosa in Mahaska County. This notice includes a depiction of the corridor preservation area on a map, which is available at www.iowadot.gov/pim. Width of the corridor preservation zone varies depending upon location...

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