As part of our commitment to ensuring safe roads and making infrastructure improvements in the township a priority, Kent Road was reconstructed and realigned to provide a safer traveling route.
A ribbon cutting took place today, several weeks ahead of schedule. Our dedicated employees, engineers, and contractors, led by our Community Development Director Jim Herrman have worked tirelessly to return our road travels back to normal.
The total cost of the repair was approximately $600,000, which included 2100 linear feet of reconstructed road, two super elevated curves, 1500 linear feet of new storm sewer, and 4400 feet of concrete curb. The reopening comes after ground was broken in late June, following contracting work by Lucas Bros. Inc. and design, permitting, and construction management by CME Associates.
We are thankful to our residents for their patience during the construction of this and the many road projects that are taking place. In the end, this will continue to help make the roads safer for all of us.
William Gotto, Mayor