KTEC Parking Solution Proposed

(Kenosha)–A Kenosha area school may be one step closer to solving traffic gridlock around its campus but the solution may not be in place until next school year. Traffic during pick up and drop off times at Kenosha School of Technology Enhanced Curriculum-West has become a hassle for parents and residents around the school, which is located on 32nd avenue near 55th street. Under a proposal the school would set aside 50-thousand dollars to widen the existing parking lot to create a pick up and drop off area thus alleviating the crowded streets and lack of parking around the building. The project still needs to be designed and sent out to bid; a process would could take until the end of the year. Bids could be approved by the end of winter with the actual work being completed by the end of next summer. An earlier proposal which would have used money from both the city and the school district to create better traffic flow around the school was rejected by both parties.



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