Korndoerfer served in the U.S. Naval Air Corps as a pilot during WWII and loved the outdoors.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Monday, November 14, 2011
Now the DOT says, let's reevaluate.
UPDATE Nov. 14: At 7 p.m. July 15 at the East Side Community Center, 6156 Douglas Ave., the Village Board will discuss alternatives for the realignment of Highway 38, which includes a potential jurisdictional update of Four Mile Road. They also want to reconsider the 2035 transportation plan. Original story: The County Board doesn’t want Highway 38 rerouted and neither does Caledonia Village Board, but some residents say they want a new road. And now, amongst the confusion and lack of support, the project has now been put on hold by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation and will be reevaluated in January, a process that can take up to a year. According to a story by the Racine Journal Times, the County Board voted unanimously at their…
Thursday, September 8, 2011
A number of Caledonia residents say the road is unsafe.
A number of Caledonia residents want to see the Highway 38 project go through as proposed by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation while others want Highway H to be the new route. The residents spoke at a Village Board meeting held Tuesday during a public comment period. The current plan includes spending $125 million to reroute Highway 38 by building a new Highway 38 that would cut through farm fields and a proposed expansion of the Franksville Industrial Park. The Village Board had voiced opposition last month to the southern portion of a new route for Highway 38 because the Industrial Park would essentially lose 80 acres if the road goes through it. But neighbors living along Highway 38 and the arterial roads that feed into Highway…