The repaving of 22 town roads began this week, according to First Selectman Michael J. Freda, and will continue through September.
The first phase, the milling, will be done by Costello Industries. The milling began this week and will continue for up to three weeks.
Paving, to be completed by Tilcon Connecticut, is scheduled to commence the week of Sept. 4 and continue as well for three weeks.
The project cost includes approximately $170,000 for milling and $1,400,000 for paving. Project costs are being funded through the Town's recent Capital Bonding effort as .
Town roadways to be milled and paved in August and September, in order, include all or some portion of:
Stoddard Avenue, Elm Street, Bailey Road, Through Access to ACES Drive, Laydon Avenue, Beach Street, Mill Road, Arrowhead Road, Spring Road, Beach Lane, Cloudland Road, Arrowdale Road, Half Mile Road, Benedict Drive, Juniper Drive, Fox Hill Drive, Bassett Road Bridge, Leighton Court, Blue Hills Road, Ridgewood Terrace, Sonne Drive and Valley Service Road.
“As many residents are aware, the Town of North Haven has been actively working with the South Central Region Council of Governments pavement condition consultant -BETA Engineering, to assess pavement condition and rank each of the Town's roadways accordingly. Critical focus is given to both highly traveled roadways and those in very poor condition,” Freda said in the press release.
“The North Haven Police Department through its Traffic Division, will assist the Department of Public Works with this infrastructure improvement by supplying officers for traffic control purposes during the duration of the project. It is critical that residents and commuters alike take the necessary precautions when traveling on milled pavement surfaces, keep speeds to a minimum and be aware of changing roadway conditions,” Freda stated in the release.
Further information on the Milling and Paving of Town Roadways may be obtained by contacting the at (203) 239-5321, extension 400.