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I bet his desk is clean! Good thing we are building a $25 million dollar administration building so our city directors have room to stretch out!

6 Thoughts on “Our traffic engineer hard at work

  1. The D@ily Spin on August 24, 2017 at 8:07 am said:

    Traffic flow has been working. Lights are timed and patterns allow for heavy volume times. Give this guy a rest.

    What needs attention is major arteries expansion. 41st Street is a nightmare. 12th east from I-29 to the railroad then SE to the new 26th/I-229 interchange should become more lanes and minimum access with feeder streets into downtown and the 3 hospitals. Float your bonds on this one.

  2. taxpayer on August 24, 2017 at 9:01 am said:


    Hoftiezer, Heath R

    Principal Engineer

    89,710.40 (2017)

  3. Really? Try going east on 26th street @ 4:30pm to 5:30PM its a complete cluster….

  4. Stiles Bitchley on August 24, 2017 at 4:42 pm said:

    Wait a minute …. when the vast majority of the population is traveling at the same time of day the streets are busy and it takes 17 minutes to get across town instead of 12 minutes? Rush minute in the morning and rush minute in the evening 5 days a week is something you should be able to deal with. Part of the price you pay for living and driving where other people live and drive.

  5. Hey, someone has to be on the outlook for Isis….

  6. The D@ily Spin on August 24, 2017 at 5:12 pm said:

    90k salary, that’s to much. The next mayor should freeze current salaries except for police and fire. Raise them 10% to correct Huether’s mistake. Also, cut half the employees in the Parks Dept. to 37. There’s lots of room to balance the budget. Huether went on a hiring binge and exhorbitant raises. To many people playing solitaire all day on the computer for $40 per hour. If employees don’t move inside city limits with other than a PO Box, they’re first to go.

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