What Questions Do You Have About the Graham Road Widening Project?
Those questions could be answered during a public hearing Wednesday night at Stow City Hall.
There's been a lot of debate, discussion and disputes about the Graham Road widening project happening in Stow and Cuyahoga Falls.
Tonight, there is a public forum scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. at Stow City Hall.
The project, which officials say is to improve the road to make it safer to drive on and to stop traffic congestion in some areas, will cost $5 million. The project is federally funded and the remaining engineering fees will be split between Falls and Stow.
This is the second public meeting about the project. Click here for video coverage of the first meeting.
"ODOT is requiring the second meeting as part of an environmental impact study because of public outcry over a portion of the project in front of Krieger’s Health Foods Market in Cuyahoga Falls," acccording to an Akron Beacon Journal Story.
Patch wants to know what questions you have before the meeting tonight. Leave your concerns or questions in the comments section of the story.