Happy Friday, LPA!

I wanted to take a moment to acknowledge the Guthrie County Secondary Road Crew’s effort removing vegetation along 200th Road. Those of you who have traveled the east side recently have most likely noticed the County’s crew removing brush and overgrown trees from their right-of-way.

This is important as it allows more sunlight to reach the road surface in the winter, which helps to melt ice and snow. Additionally, the increased visibility should help to reduce the number of deer collisions in this area.

LPA has also requested the County clean up the right-of-way on Redwood Road, which leads to the LP West Golf Course. It’s our hope the mild weather will allow them to complete the Redwood Road project yet this winter.

If you see your County Supervisor, please let them know you appreciate their support of these projects!

Have a great weekend,

John Rutledge


Quote to ponder:  “I’m a great believer in luck, and I find the harder I work the more I have of it.”  — Thomas Jefferson