MoDOT work zone

(Source: MoDOT)

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) has requested a Work Zone Enforcement Program Agreement with O’Fallon for calendar years of 2022-2026 to provide police presence during scheduled MoDOT construction for Interstate 70 projects. Although the work is expected to be conducted in 2022-2023, the standard five-year contract (2022-2026) is requested so only one ordinance needs to be passed during the expected work period for this project.

The Work Zone Enforcement Program Order would be for a contract amount not to exceed $70,000.

At its July 28 meeting, the O’Fallon City Council gave a first reading to Bill No. 7466 to authorize the agreement. If normal process and timing are followed, the bill will be given a second reading and vote for passage at the next council meeting on Aug. 11.

John is a news reporter covering O’Fallon. He has lived in the greater St. Louis area for 47 years, with 22 in O’Fallon. He is a graduate of UMSL evening college, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration and a minor in Political Science. John retired after a 46-plus year career in banking and insurance operations and IT, including his last seven years as an executive with international responsibilities and considerable travel to 25 countries on 5 continents. He and his wife have a daughter, son-in-law, and two grandchildren, also in O’Fallon. He is happy his grandchildren now can beat him in golf.

 

John is a news reporter covering O’Fallon. He has lived in the greater St. Louis area for 47 years, with 22 in O’Fallon. Prior to joining the Mid Rivers staff, John spent 46-plus years working in banking and insurance operations and IT.

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