Shuss Road, which runs behind Target and provides access to a couple subdivisions was one topic the Manhattan City Commission examined at Tuesday night’s meeting. The matter of discussion was what to do in terms of improvement of the road. Many residents and property owners turned out to give their opinions to the Commission. The Commission discussed the matter with City staff at length, deciding to push the improvements forward. The improvements to Shuss Road will include paving, stormwater control, and curbs.
And Aggieville businesses may soon be joined in one business organization. Last night’s Manhattan City Commission meeting saw an item which would make involvement in the Aggieveille and Downtown Business inprovement districts mandatory. President of the Aggieville Business Association Tim Fitzgerald and Commissioner Wynn butler weighed in on the issue (conversation can be heard here). The ordinance passed its first reading by a unanimous vote of 5 to zero.