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Deadline today to give feedback on proposed changes to Highway 67/167 from Jacksonville to Cabot

<p>Jacksonville Aldermen Reedie Ray, left, and Bill Howard look at some proposed drawings of what modifications would look like under a proposed change to Highway 67/167. David Niles, public information officer for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, said there has not been a consensus reached yet about people&#8217;s reactions to proposals presented so far. There were 66 people who attended the Jacksonville public hearing on Sept. 11 and 59 who attended the Cabot meeting one day later, Niles said. The department is conducting the study to identify improvements to address congestion issues. These meetings are part of the study to gather public input. The proposed improvements would extend from the south side of Jacksonville to Cabot. Niles said the AHTD is still accepting feedback forms. The deadline is today.</p>

Jacksonville Aldermen Reedie Ray, left, and Bill Howard look at some proposed drawings of what modifications would look like under a proposed change to Highway 67/167. David Niles, public information officer for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, said there has not been a consensus reached yet about people’s reactions to proposals presented so far. There were 66 people who attended the Jacksonville public hearing on Sept. 11 and 59 who attended the Cabot meeting one day later, Niles said. The department is conducting the study to identify improvements to address congestion issues. These meetings are part of the study to gather public input. The proposed improvements would extend from the south side of Jacksonville to Cabot. Niles said the AHTD is still accepting feedback forms. The deadline is today.

Jacksonville Aldermen Reedie Ray, left, and Bill Howard look at some proposed drawings of what modifications would look like under a proposed change to Highway 67/167. David Niles, public information officer for the Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department, said there has not been a consensus reached yet about people’s reactions to proposals presented so far. There were 66 people who attended the Jacksonville public hearing on Sept. 11 and 59 who attended the Cabot meeting one day later, Niles said. The department is conducting the study to identify improvements to address congestion issues. These meetings are part of the study to gather public input. The proposed improvements would extend from the south side of Jacksonville to Cabot. Niles said the AHTD is still accepting feedback forms. The deadline is today.

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