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Posted on: May 3, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Grind and Gravel Project Update #6

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GRIND AND GRAVEL PROJECT UPDATE #6

 

LOCATION(S) AND PROJECT ORDER: 

#

Road Name

Termini

(to)

Termini (from)

Township

Grind

Gravel

1

Brown Road

East Road

railroad

Chikaming

Completed

Completed

2

Wilson Road

Brown Road

end

Chikaming

Completed

Completed

3

Locke Road

Union Pier Rd

Red Arrow 

Chikaming

Completed

Completed

4

Old M-60

Behner Road

city limits

New Buffalo

Completed

Completed

5

Freehling Rd

Hills Road

Coveney Rd

Oronoko

Completed

Completed

6

Browntown

Cleveland Ave

Holden Rd

Baroda

Completed

Completed

7

Snow Road

Burgoyne Rd

Garr Rd

Oronoko

Completed

5/3/21 & 5/4/21*

8

Park Road

Watson Rd

Naomi Rd

Pipestone

Completed

5/5/21 & 5/6/21*

9

Jasper Dairy Road

M-139

End

Royalton

5/4/2021

TBD*

10

Rocky Weed Road

Totzke Road

Eidson Road

Royalton

5/4/221 & 5/5/2021

TBD*

11

Mill Road

Warren Woods

Hanover Rd

Weesaw

TBD*

TBD*

























*Dates are all subject to weather, contractor and project progression

 

START DATE: Wednesday, 4/14/2021

 

ESTIMATED END DATE: Contractor and weather dependent*


 
PROJECT UPDATE #6: Please see updated table regarding status of grind and gravel and anticipated order and timeline for projects. Note Projects Added: Jasper Dairy Road and Rocky Weed Road in Royalton Township. As additional projects are added, the website will be revised to reflect those changes. Road improvement construction will result in temporary road closures with a possible moving work zone. Motorists should anticipate possible temporary delays as work progresses. 


 
TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS: Temporary road closures or traffic delays will occur when contractor and equipment is present. Traffic will be permitted through by the contractor when safe to do so. Please reduce speeds and be alert when traveling through work zones. Individuals might wish to seek alternative routes or be prepared for possible delays until work is completed.


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