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Observer Poll: Does Dryden need a highway bypass?

Chris Marchand

Chris Marchand served as editor of the Dryden Observer from August 2009 to April 2018.

This week’s two-part question asks Dryden area residents to weigh in on the contentious and unresolved issue of a highway bypass in Dryden. Long supported by frustrated local motorists and opposed by the highway corridor business community the issue has simmered for years through a variety of municipal councils.
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3 thoughts on “Observer Poll: Does Dryden need a highway bypass?

  1. I lived in Dryden from 1973 to 1985 and this issue was discussed over and over again but never resolved. Seems nothing has changed over the last 31 years.

  2. A ludicrous thought: Every other town/City would try to attract traffic to their businesses section. Why would you want to bypass tourists from the town? I would say: Make the town more attractive to the tourists, allow them to enjoy themselves while they are coming through the town. Install signing to point to the attractions while they are there. By NO means divert them away.

  3. My opinion is, that businesses along the highway corridor through dryden will suffer tremendously. business will go down even more.

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