Dear Mr. Halikowski (ADOT),
As you know, it only takes a few bad apples to spoil the barrel.
While cleaning the Folksville USA one-mile section of Highway 89A between Cottonwood and Sedona (MP-356 to 357) today, I noticed the new reflectors that were recently installed.
I also noticed that the old reflectors were thrown in the grass and many ended up in the asphalt debris piles.
Those of us – and particularly me – who clean our highways do not appreciate the ADOT/ADOT subcontractor debris we constantly find on the highway. It poses the question, could those responsible be charged with littering?
Would it be correct to assume that ADOT is to properly manage these projects and the subcontractors ….. large and small?
Please advise how this issue will be corrected. There are many hard working ADOT men and women that don’t deserve this kind of attention.
If we could just get Highway 260 mowed and the brush cut back from the guardrails so ADOT AAH Groups could safely claim trash and cyclists wouldn’t be pushed further into the highway.
The recent mowing of Highway 89A was greatly appreciated.
PS – the new reflectors look nice.Gary Chamberlain Cornville, Arizona FolksvilleUSA@gmail.com