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Cayuga County Legislature Appoints new Highway Superintendent

The Cayuga County Legislature appointed Dan Bowen as the new county highway superintendent Wednesday night following the resignation of George Wethey. Wethey, who was appointed to the post by the Legislature in April 2005, has taken a new position with the city of Auburn. He received a standing ovation from legislators and the audience at its full meeting on Sept. 26, and Legislature Chairman Keith Batman said Wethey's new position is a great opportunity. Read More>>

State Report Highlights Need For Funding to Fix Bridges 

ALBANY, NY (WRGB)---A new report from the state's Comptroller's office says New York bridges owned by local governments are in need of more than $27 billion in repairs. The report found 22 bridges in Rensselaer County that were deemed "structurally deficient”. The report also found that those bridges take up around half of the total number of bridges in the state. Read More >> 

National News

The State of U.S. Infrastructure

The $18 trillion U.S. economy relies on a vast network of infrastructure from roads and bridges to freight rail and ports to electrical grids and internet provision. But the systems currently in place were built decades ago, and economists say that delays and rising maintenance costs are holding economic performance back. Civil engineers raise safety concerns as well, warning that many bridges are structurally deficient and that antiquated drinking-water and wastewater systems pose risks to public health. Meanwhile, Americans’ international peers enjoy more efficient and reliable services, and their public investment in infrastructure is on average nearly double that of the United States. Read More >> 

International News

Road Infrastructure Critical for Ghana

Bolgatanga, Oct 5, GNA – The Minister of Transport, Mr Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, on Wednesday observed that road infrastructure is critical for the effective implementation of the Government’s flagship programmes. The flagship programmes are; One District-One Factory, One Village-One Dam, and the Planting for Food and Jobs. The Minister made the observation on the first day of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s two-day working visit to the Upper East Region. The Minister, who was responding to concerns raised by the Chiefs and People in the Region about the bad nature of roads in the area, said the ruling Government inherited 72,000 kilometres of roads which were in very deplorable state. He said out of this figure, only 39 per cent were considered motorable and good, while the rest were graded fair and poor, and noted that it was regrettable that all the loans that were contracted by the previous government to construct roads did not make any meaningful impact. Read More >> 

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