Coffeen Street in Ranchester has undergone a complete makeover as the railroad crossing has been removed and the street has been dropped six feet.
Ranchester Mayor Cliff Clevenger says that the one project has allowed other work to be done.
Clevenger indicated that paving will be taking place in other parts of the town as well.
Clevenger also said that curbing will be laid down along Halbert Street over the next several days. There are other various projects that they will get started before this winter. The reconstruction of Coffeen Street was funded through Coal Bed Methane Impact money, along with monies from WYDOT and Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railroad.