County proceeding with road projects

Coweta County crews have been working on road resurfacing projects, including full-depth reclamation.

Several projects are completed, and several are still pending, according to an update issued this week.

Completed are projects on  Aspen Lake Court,  Aspen Lake Trace, Aspen Lake Drive - West and Aspen Lake Drive -East.

As of July 3, the following schedule for various subdivision streets and county roadways has been established:

• Hammock Road is scheduled for resurfacing July 8.

• Windermere Court is scheduled for resurfacing July 9.

• Windermere Circle is scheduled for resurfacing July 10.

• Pine Needle Court is scheduled for resurfacing on July 11.

• Woodmoor is scheduled for resurfacing on July 11.

• Beechwood is scheduled for resurfacing on July 11.

• Emory Phillips Road is scheduled for resurfacing July 12.

• Estate Drive is scheduled for resurfacing July 12.

• Turin Road is scheduled for resurfacing July 13.

• Waldrop Avenue is scheduled for resurfacing July 13.

The  schedule is subject to change due to weather or other unforeseen conditions.




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