YORK, Neb. – The York County Board of Commissioners has signed a letter of intent to move forward with the City of York on the Road 14 Quiet Zone Project.
This intent does not lock the county into anything, it simply says that the county wants to work with the city, and “keep things moving forward” on the quiet zone.
A preliminary design has been drawn up by the city, but Highway Superintendent, Harvey Keim, has a few questions.
The letter of intent starts a 60-day comment period with Burlington Northern Santa Fe. An interlocal agreement between to the City of York and York County will be presented at a later date.