Frog Hollow project evolves

Purchase of land by school district changed road’s design

Photo by Jim Dyke.

Jefferson City is getting ready to approve its capital improvements plan for sales tax F, which includes $1.5 million for a project on Frog Hollow Road.

Public Works Director Roger Schwartze said the Frog Hollow project will change the alignment of the road near Tanglewood Drive to soften what is now a sharp curve.

Originally, the project was set to be carried out in two phases and two roads were set to go through the property purchased by the Jefferson City school district in early October. Once the district announced the purchase, the city began to change its design for Frog Hollow Road, as it was no longer thought necessary to have two roads going through the property.

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