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Residents place pennies on roadwork priorities

Oct 12, 2012 By Katie Roenigk, Staff Writer

Riverton residents had a chance this week to put their money where their priorities are when it comes to roadwork within city limits.

During a Tuesday ...


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Robert Andrews and Jacqualine Coates, right, spoke with Riverton City Councilman Todd Smith about Riverton roads during Tuesday's work session at City Hall. Rear, Councilman Lars Baker and Mayor Ron Warpness talked to other residents, who placed coins on city maps to indicate which streets they would prioritize when it comes to roadwork. Photo by Katie Roenigk

Robert Andrews and Jacqualine Coates, right, spoke with Riverton City Councilman Todd Smith about Riverton roads during Tuesday's work session at City Hall. Rear, Councilman Lars Baker and Mayor Ron Warpness talked to other residents, who placed coins on city maps to indicate which streets they would prioritize when it comes to roadwork. Photo by Katie Roenigk


Robert Andrews and Jacqualine Coates, right, spoke with Riverton City Councilman Todd Smith about Riverton roads during Tuesday's work session at City Hall. Rear, Councilman Lars Baker and Mayor Ron Warpness talked to other residents, who placed coins on city maps to indicate which streets they would prioritize when it comes to roadwork. Photo by Katie Roenigk

Robert Andrews and Jacqualine Coates, right, spoke with Riverton City Councilman Todd Smith about Riverton roads during Tuesday's work session at City Hall. Rear, Councilman Lars Baker and Mayor Ron Warpness talked to other residents, who placed coins on city maps to indicate which streets they would prioritize when it comes to roadwork. Photo by Katie Roenigk

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