“We go tearing that thing up, it’s a crap shoot really if it will come out smooth at all,” councilman Paul Varner said.
Public Roads Director Dave Rickertsen pointed out that eventually, the road will fade. When that happens, he feels the difference between the spots that were ground will not stand out as much. He felt that adding the lines to the road also will help.
Willis said in a perfect world, they could have a road that was smooth and nice to look at. However, he preferred that they do not compromise the structural integrity for aesthetics.