Town names roads to be resurfaced

NORWICH – The Town of Norwich Board approved Monday the final selection of which roads crews would be resurfacing this summer.

Supervisor David C. Law said he expected the town to deplete all of its $71,000 Consolidated Highway Improvement Program funds to make the improvements.

Roughly $50,000 of that money will go to resurfacing Beechwood Avenue, Crandall Avenue and Oxford Road, a total surface area of approximately 36,373 square yards.

The board delegated the remaining $21,000 to resurface Miller Shumway Road and upgrade the shoulder drainage systems of Wells and Manley roads. The board is still waiting for final estimates on installing the drainage piping, but Law said he expected it would come close requiring all of the remaining funds.

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