This wall hopes to block noise, not Mexicans . . . Whom we all need for long overdue roofing jobs this Summer.
Here's the plan . . .
The proposed walls were identified through a noise study completed last fall. Last month KDOT mailed ballots to select property owners along the U.S. 69 to vote on the construction of individual walls being recommended.
According to KDOT, each noise wall proposed required a 70% approval from residents along the corridor before it could be added to the project. FOX4 reached out to KDOT for additional information on the number of ballots sent out to property owners and the overall return rate, but has not received a response at this time.
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OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) will soon add a new element to the U.S. 69 Expansion Project . KDOT will construct 11 noise walls along U.S. 69 Highway between 119th Street and 151st Street. The proposed walls were identified through a noise study completed last fall.