The Marshall County Council members voted to appropriate money toward the Beech Road paving project as a Community Crossings project.
E&B Paving worked on resurfacing Beech Road from U.S. 6 to 3B Road last year. The project was included in the 2017 projects to be done in 2018, but the project was complete in 2017 as Highway Supervisor Jason Peters preferred that work to be done as soon as possible.
Marshall County Highway Supervisor Jason Peters told the commissioners Monday morning that crews are working on transitioning equipment to tackle winter weather.
He said tandems will be moved over and will limit the amount of work that can be done.
The INDOT contracts for projects awarded 2018 Community Crossing grant money were presented to the Marshall County Commissioners for signature Monday morning.
Highway Administrator Laurie Baker said after the contracts are signed the county can begin the process of receiving the grant money totaling $518,322.87. The county’s match is $129,580.72. Continue reading
Work will begin soon on a Marshall County Community Crossings grant project.
Highway Supervisor Jason Peters said paving on Beech Road could start either on Friday, Nov. 10 or Monday, Nov. 13. Inclement weather could play a factor on the start of the project and the overall completion. Continue reading
Bids were opened Monday morning for the three projects awarded Community Crossings grant funds for Marshall County.
After the bids were opened, the Marshall County Commissioners, Highway Administrator Laurie Baker and Highway Supervisor Jason Peters learned that the $518,322.87 grant along with the $129,580.72 match for the grant will only cover two projects. The grant plus the match will total $647,903.59 and the lowest bids for the two projects that would be the biggest priority will total $642,626.25.
Culver Town Manager Jonathan Leist presented quotes for town council approval this week on two of the three projects approved for Community Crossings grant funds.
The Argos School Board approved two projects related to needed renovations in the school’s parking lot during a meeting Monday evening. The first project, drainage line installment, will begin August 28th and will temporarily impact dismissal procedures at the school. Continue reading
The removal and replacement of concrete as part of the microsurfacing project in Plymouth will be done on Monday or Tuesday. According to Pavement Solutions, Inc. Owner Chris Oakes, E&B Paving is on schedule with this part of the project.
Existing pavement markings will be removed and replaced with temporary paint markings. That process will begin on Monday, June 5. Work will be done by Traffic Control Specialists of Knox on Oak Street from U.S. 30 to State Road 17, Jefferson Street from west of the Oak Street intersection to 5th Street, and Oakhill Avenue from South Michigan Street to city limits.