The county has informed the Board of Supervisors that the project will have no negative environmental effects and can go out to bid next month.
John Jaeger with the County Department of Transportation says the project is designed to increase access and traffic for businesses in the area.
"It had sort of become a little blighted and it just needed some upgrades. Those improvements that were there had been done decades ago and it just needed an upgrade and needed a bit of sprucing up," says Jaeger. “It’s beautification. I mean, it’s really meant to revitalize it and improve the economic development of that corridor, you know, sprucing up some of the frontages there and adding some trees in the landscape median.”
As many as 40 trees will be planted in the median from 41st Avenue to 47th Avenue.