Marshall County Highway Superintendent Neal Haeck told the commissioners this week that the summer mowing activity is finishing up. He explained that more areas around Plymouth will be mowed soon as the Blueberry Festival nears. Most of the other trouble areas in the county have been mowed.
Haeck also noted that he’s gotten several complaints that intersections with tall corn have been dangerous for travelers. He said that they have cut some stalks of corn back to aid in the safety of sight for drivers, but his workers haven’t had to do much of that. Haeck added that he’s not attempting to hurt any agriculture business in the county, he just wants drivers in Marshall County to have safer intersections.