Monday, May 16, 2011

Milton begins annual paving projects May 18.

Streets mostly residential; residents asked to not park on street.


MILTON, Ga., May 16, 2011- The City of Milton will begin its annual city-wide road patching and repair projects May 18, said Carter Lucas, Director of Public Works.

The work is expected to last 30 days, depending on weather, and crews will be working from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. There should be little delay in traffic, as the majority of roads being repaired are residential, said Matthew Fallstrom, Public Works Superintendent.

If you live on one of the roads listed below, please do not park on the street starting May 18 and drive carefully around job sites for the safety of the workers.

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

Thorntree Run from Tullamore Way to cul-de-sac
Drummond Pond Road from North Valleyfield Road to cul-de-sac
Kensington Farms Drive from Birmingham Highway (Ga. 372) to cul-de-sac
Powers Court Ave. from Birmingham Highway to cul-de-sac
Richmond Glen Drive from Birmingham Highway to Richmond Glen Circle
Richmond Glen Circle
Glencreek Way from Francis Road to cul-de-sac
Francis Road from Thompson Road to the county line
Sandpoint Trace from Plantation Trace to cul-de-sac
Creek Club Drive from Chipping Wood Court to Autumn Close
Autumn Close from Creek Club Drive to Heron Run
Country Ridge Road from Thompson Road to cul-de-sac
Avensong Village Circle
Aventide Lane
Hopewell Road from Redd Road to Bethany Bend
The cost of these projects is $510,170 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

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