The new highway will connect FM1409 to the north with FM565 to the south. It will cross under I-10 about a mile east of FM3180. The plan is for Chambers County to be reimbursed its approximately $10 million investment from TxDot by the number of cars using the new thoroughfare - getting reimbursed 25 cents per car. It is estimated that the reimbursement will be $1 to $2 million per year.
Stults also brought up the idea of possibly obtaining land from Chambers-Liberty Counties Navigation District that is adjacent to the boat ramp to give more room at the ramp. The Board gave its approval for Stults to pursue discussions with Chambers County and CLCND. The Board also voted to have an appraisal conducted on other adjoining property for possible negotiations with the landowner. Directors gave a tentative date of May 19 for a Ribbon Cutting of the boat ramp/kayak launch.
“But we want everything to be done to perfection.”Hollomon noted that some contractors have been on the job for 11-12 months as the project’s pace crawls along, due mostly to an unusual stretch of inclement weather in recent months. He added that the toilets for the stadium restrooms have been delivered but not yet installed. Hollomon added that “a lot of concrete was poured” during the few dry days the area recently enjoyed.
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