Road resurfacing projects planned

Several full-depth reclamation and resurfacing road projects are being scheduled on various subdivision streets.

A schedule was released Thursdayg:

• Aspen Lake Court and Aspen Lake Trace are scheduled to be resurfaced on June 17.

• Aspen Lake Drive-East is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 10-12, with resurfacing scheduled for June 18.

• Aspen Lake Drive-West is scheduled for full-depth-reclamation June 10-12 with resurfacing scheduled for June 19.

• Pine Needle Court is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 13. Resurfacing will begin approximately one week later.

• Woodmoor is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 13. Resurfacing will begin approximately one week later.

• Beechwood is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 14. Resurfacing will begin approximately one week later, weather permitting.

• Windermere Court is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 15. Resurfacing will begin approximately one week later, weather permitting.

• Windermere Circle is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 15 and June 17-18. Resurfacing will begin approximately one week later, weather permitting.

• Hammock Road is scheduled for full-depth reclamation June 19. Resurfacing will begin approximately one week later, weather permitting.

Several other roads are scheduled for full-depth reclamation and resurfacing with dates to be set later in June. Those include: Emory Phillips Road, Estate Drive, Turin Road and Waldrop Avenue.

The county work crews’ schedule is subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen conditions, officials said.




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