One of the main drags in Star Valley has made history, as far as roads are concerned. It is striped at last.
Almost 10,000 lineal feet of Moonlight Drive were striped last week, Richard Pinkerton, chair of the Streets and Roads Committee said.
"We had so many people going over the middle," he said. "Safety was our No. 1 reason."
The town had a "state rate" contract for the project. The striping cost 10 cents per foot, for a total bill of $981.
"It's the main street in Star Valley," Town Manager Vito Tedeschi said. "It makes it a lot safer. Plus, it really looks good."
Pinkerton said that chip sealing more roads was the next project on the agenda. Striping of more roads may occur in the future.