$5.2 Million Street Corridor Project Completed

Etna Avenue project completed with ribbon cutting on August 21

Officials and dignitaries from the City of Huntington and Huntington County, engineering firms, Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT) and business owners along Etna Avenue cut the ribbon on Tuesday, August 21 to officially open the new corridor coming into Huntington from the south.

The $5.2 million expansion project along Etna Avenue began in 2013 and was completed two months ahead of its projected completion date.


Shown in the photo from left, are Joe Blomeke, City Council, fifth district; Charlie Chapman, City Council, first district; Ron Nordmeyer, Clark Dietz Engineering; Steve Updike, former Mayor of Huntington; Tom Wall, Huntington County Commissioner; Anthony Goodnight, director of Public Works and Engineering, City of Huntington; Bryn Keplinger, director of Community Development and Redevelopment; Mark Ober, Indiana Department of Transportation; Mark Wickersham, executive director, Huntington County Economic Development; Sherry Keplinger, Mike’s Car Care Center; Morgan Reardon, project inspector, BF&S and Mayor Brooks Fetters.