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2020 Road Repair and Replacement Project

On Monday, April 13, Bennett Paving completed the paving of Franklin Creek Road North. The contractor began the milling of Village Green Circle on Tuesday and will begin the paving process next week. Bennett is also working on punch list items associated with the project.

2020 Community Path Project

Absolute Concrete continued to work on the demolition of Phase 1 of this year’s Community Path Project from Pine Shadow Court to Westcross Road. Barring any further delays with the concrete plant, the concrete is anticipated to be poured by the end of the week. Thereafter, Absolute Concrete will transition to the path replacement from Tarrow Ridge Road to the Oakridge Club on April 20. 

Street Sweeping and Storm Drain Clearing

During and immediately following Monday’s storm, in-house staff cleared strom drains on Chatuachee Crossing, Fair Hope Lane, Sparnel Road, Sweetgum Crossing, etc. Three street sweepers have also been in operation this week to collect the increased downfall that exists throughout the community. 

2020 Mailbox and Street Sign Painting Program

In-house staff completed all pre-work associated with the mailbox and sign painting program on the following roads: Water Witch Crossing, Old South Lane, Heatherstone Lane and Cotton Crossing West. Crews began to address the necessary repairs and replacements to the mailboxes, posts, street signs and yard plaques on Prestbury Lane and Cotton Crossing East this week.

Road Cutback Program

In-house crews are working on the annual road cutback program this week in the Midpoint area of the community. The road cutback program is completed annually by in-house staff to uplift and remove any low hanging branches along the right-of-way that are within 12 feet from the roadway.

2020 Center Island Pine Straw Application

BrightView and their subcontractors completed the application of pine straw at the gatehouses and TLA Administration Building this week and have progressed to the primary and secondary center islands. As a reminder, this program is completed annually and funded through the department’s operational budget. 

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