Members of the city council’s public works committee voted unanimously to put on hold a new regulation that would require new cul-de-sacs to be paved in concrete, rather than the less-expensive asphalt. The action means it will be at least January before the committee will take it up again.
Members of the city council’s public works committee voted unanimously to put on hold a new regulation that would require new cul-de-sacs to be paved in concrete, rather than the less-expensive asphalt. The action means it will be at least January before the committee will take it up again. JILL TOYOSHIBA File photo
Members of the city council’s public works committee voted unanimously to put on hold a new regulation that would require new cul-de-sacs to be paved in concrete, rather than the less-expensive asphalt. The action means it will be at least January before the committee will take it up again. JILL TOYOSHIBA File photo

Asphalt cul-de-sacs still on the road in Overland Park

June 30, 2017 7:41 PM