Sunday, August 14, 2011

Milton begins fall paving projects Aug. 16.


Work expected to last 45 days, weather permitting.

MILTON, Ga., Aug. 12, 2011 - The City of Milton will begin the second round of road patching and repair projects Tuesday, Aug. 16, said Carter Lucas, Director of Public Works.

The work is expected to last 45 days, depending on weather, and crews will be working from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. The roads affected will be open to traffic but reduced to one lane.

"Drivers should expect delays in the work areas and find alternate routes if possible,"
said Lucas. "Please use extreme caution in the work zones."

There will be message boards on the affected roads prior to work starting, said Lucas.

Following is a list of the roads to be patched or repaired:

Webb Road from Morris Road to Cogburn Road
New Bullpen Road from Birmingham Highway (Ga. 372) to city limit
Thompson Road from Redd Road to Tabbystone Pass
Freemanville Road from Providence Road to the bridge over Chicken Creek
Nix Road and a portion of Brittle Road will also receive repair work as needed

The cost of these projects is $1.49 million and the work was awarded to the lowest bidder, Marietta-based Blount Construction Company, Inc.

For more information, call Angie Kapijimpanga, Public Works Department Citizen Responder, at 678-242-2562 or e-mail


Anonymous said...

So glad they are startingnthis the week school starts. Who ismthe brilliant one at city hall? They had all summer to get nit done!!

Anonymous said...

Brilliant should not be used in conjunction with City of Milton.

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