City to pave 4 miles of roadsPublished 11:50am Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Hartselle’s Public Works Department is planning to pave about four miles on 14 city roads totaling $242,602.
Public Works Director Byron Turney told the council Tuesday night he’s confirmed that Hartselle Utilities isn’t planning to do any major construction on these roads in the next four or five years, so that the new pavement doesn’t get messed up.
The biggest project is repaving Railroad Street SW from Hickory Street to Hartselle Junior High School. That project is expected to cost $38,044.
The only other projects that will cost more than $25,000 are on Milner Street ($34,455), Hammitt Street ($31,128) and Ridgecrest Lane NE ($26,727).
Other projects include:
• Chestnut Street NE (east of the tracks) – $18,531
• Haig Street SW – $12,474
• Petain Street SW – $17,672
• Pearl Street SW – $7,879
• Day Street (east of Sparkman) – $6,418
• Sherill Street SW – $11,308
• Dawson Street SW – $5,833
• Crest Circle SW – $4,796
• Hill Street SW – $10,240, and
• the intersection by City Hall – $6,930.
The city has also been approved for a $1.1 million Alabama Transportation Rehabilitation and Improvement Program to repave Bethel Road. The city is also applying for another ATRIP grant to repave Nance Ford Road SW.