Monroeville Council to vote on road repairs
Monroeville Council is expected to vote May 14 on more than 22 miles of road work this spring and summer, for an estimated cost of about $1.2 million. Projects would include seal coating, fog sealing and paving.
The following roads are among those scheduled for maintenance: Alpine Village Drive, Blackberry Drive, Blueberry Road, Brunner Drive, Butler Drive, Buttercup Drive, Cavitt Road, Cecil Alley, Citadel Drive, Clemson Drive, Colgate Drive, College Park Drive, Compromise Alley, Corkwood Drive, Cottage Lane, Coventry Court, Darrow Road, Deerfield Drive, Drake Drive, Drexel Drive, Driftman Drive, Duff Road, East/West Patty Lane, Elizabeth Way, Fairlawn Drive, First Street, Garden City Drive and Gateway Drive.
Others scheduled for maintenance are: Hahn Lane, Harvard Road, Hazel Drive, Hazenwood Drive, Helmar Drive, Hillside Avenue, Hillside Avenue Ext., Hochberg Road, Holly Drive, Jamison Lane, Janet Street, Kentucky Avenue, Lakewood Drive, Lasalle Drive, Longview Drive, Mt. Pleasant Road, Oak Pointe Drive, Ohio Street, Old Ramsey Road, Old William Penn Highway, Pauline Drive, Pine Street, Pleasantview Drive, Queen Drive, Quince Road, Ramsey Road, Regal Court, Rizzi Drive, Ruth Drive, Second Street, Shalimar Drive, Shangri-La Drive, Shumaker Drive, Smith Lane, Snowball Road, Starr Drive, Stepp Drive, Taylor Street, Thelray Drive, Tilbrook Road, Towerlawn Drive, Township Road, Trotwood Court, Vine Street, Wallace Drive, Woodcliffe Drive and Woodland Drive.
Kyle Lawson is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8755, or email@example.com.
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