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Penn Township officials approve road paving list

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Wednesday, June 4, 2014, 9:00 p.m.
 

Penn Township officials estimate they will spend $1.36 million this year to repave 12 roads.

Commissioners decided not to include Boyd Road, which trimmed $76,470 from the project budget.

Officials awarded A. Folino Construction a contract for $609,495 to complete pavement milling and repaving on Waugaman and Long.

Meanwhile, the township will pay Donegal Construction $30,959 to do the milling work on the remaining 10 streets, but Penn Township road workers will use municipal-owned equipment and previously ordered materials to do the paving.

During a special meeting on May 28, commissioners decided projects will be done on:

• Waugaman Road, from Harrison City-Export Road to Hyland Road.

• Long Road, from Route 130 to Seanor Road.

• Holland Road, from School Road South to Harrison City-Export Road.

• Slack Road, from the 140 block to Bouquet Road.

• Gombach Road, from the 1100 block to Blank Road.

• Fourteenth Street, from Route 130 to the township border in Jeannette.

• Gongaware Road, from Route 993 to Watt Road.

• Cypress Court, from Murrysville Road to Level Green Elementary School.

• Cherry Drive, from Route 130 to Jane Street.

• Saunders Station Road, from Route 130 to Home Drive.

• Autumn Drive, from Shady Drive to McWilliams Road.

• Shady Drive, from Murrysville Road to Autumn Drive.

Chris Foreman is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-856-7400, ext. 8671, or cforeman@tribweb.com.

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