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2022 Road Repair and Replacement Project

On Monday, Bennett Paving began the 2022 Road Repair and Replacement project with the removal and replacement of Dame Kathryn Drive in The Settlement. Once they finish working in The Settlement, they will progress to the North Gate.

Absolute Concrete replaced curbing on Monastery Road and Romerly Road this week. Additionally, Absolute Concrete installed curbing on Orton Road as part of the drainage improvement project on this road.

Storm Drain Lining

Southeast Pipe completed lining sections of the crossover storm drain pipes underneath Monastery Road and Romerly Road ahead of the road project this week (both roads will be milled and repaved this year).

Reflective/Non-Reflective Signage Program

In-house staff continued with the annual inspection, repair, and replacement of damaged reflective signage (STOP signs, speed limit signs, yield signs, et al) throughout the community this week. The objective of this program is to keep all signage within the community visible at night, well-maintained, and provide uniformity amongst the signage. To date, staff have completed the inspection/repair/replacement of all reflective signs in Deer Creek, Marshwood, Marshview Landing, Oakridge, and Moon River Landing. Staff are currently working on Landings Way South. Once staff have completed working in the Palmetto phase of the community, this year’s program will be concluded.

Road Tree Pruning Program – Landings Way South

This week, staff continued working on the 2022 Winter Road Tree Pruning Program. This program is completed operationally and encompasses lifting the canopies up over the roadways to provide proper heights for emergency vehicles and other large vehicles within the community. Staff are working along Yam Gandy Road this week.

Marsh Outfall Cleanout

This week, BrightView has been performing its annual maintenance on the marsh outfall structures in the Oakridge section of the community. These structures accumulate sand, silt, leaves, and other organic material throughout the year and require maintenance to allow for proper drainage into the marsh. All materials removed from the structure are placed on the maintenance easement adjacent to the structure to dry. Once the piles are dry (1-3 weeks depending on weather patterns), BrightView will remove the material from the site.


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