Recent street improvements in Twisp were expanded through cost-sharing agreements with three local residents, Public Works Superintendent Howard Moss said.

Joseph Marver, owner of Twisp River Suites on Second Avenue, helped share costs of repaving Johnson Street from Twisp Avenue to Second Avenue. Mel Engelke and Carl Timbers contributed toward repaving Magers Street from Twisp Avenue to the end of the street that serves the Horseshoe Mobile Home Park, Moss said.

The project, funded by state transportation funds, initially included repaving and sidewalk improvements on portions of five downtown streets. The contributions by residents expanded the project to include sections of seven streets, Moss said.

“We added a couple streets based on voluntary cost-sharing,” he said.