TWINSBURG TOWNSHIP — An overview of some road projects likely to be completed in the next couple of years was presented by Township Manager Rob Kagler at the township trustees’ Feb. 20 meeting.
He said the proposals are being reviewed by the Summit County Engineer’s Office, and the township should have an idea of what those projects will cost at the March 20 session.
Resurfacing is planned on Eton Street between Harvard and Yale; McCausland Avenue between the southeast cul-de-sac and Estate Avenue in Bradford Oaks; and Yale Street between Case and Buchtel.
Kagler said crack sealing and concrete work will be done on various roads, as will rejuvenation of some roads in the Heights and Marwell Estates, plus a parking lot at the service department on Darrow Road.
Striping projects also are planned, including stop bars and crosswalks at various locations.
"These projects are geared toward maintaining the highest scores possible on our roads," he said.
Trustees approved three change orders for Marwell Phases 2, 3 and 4 and Heights Phases 11, 12 and 13 road reconstruction. Kagler said the changes amount to a net decrease of $113,825.
M. Campbell Contracting handled the Marwell Phase 2 project, Tri-Mor Corp. the Marwell Phases 2 and 3 projects and Fabrizi Trucking & Paving the Heights Phases 11, 12 and 13 projects.
In addition to road projects, Kagler said the township is looking at some improvements at Township Hall, including the replacement of windows since many of the frames are deteriorating.
He said other work is planned to improve security, entrance doors and climate control in the building’s lobby, and Trustees will be asked to approve those projects in the near future.
A total cost of the renovations was not yet available.
Reporter Ken Lahmers can be reached at 330-541-9400, ext. 4189 or email@example.com.