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County Comment: County Spring Road paving program to begin

County Comment
County Spring Road paving program to begin
By Norman Bassett
Washington County Maryland Public Information Officer

Hagerstown, MD (April 3, 2012) - The Washington County Division of Public Works, Engineering and Construction Department has announced the start of the Road Pavement Maintenance and Rehabilitation Program for Hot Mix Asphalt (HMA) for the coming months.
Paving applications are set to begin on Monday, April 9, 2012 with a target completion date in the summer.
The proposed paving sites, listed alphabetically, are as follows:
Alpine Drive, Green Mountain Drive, Reiff Church Road, Binkley Avenue, Greenfield Avenue, River Bend Court, Blue Mountain Drive, Grumbacker Lane, Sunrise Drive, Countryside Drive, Hopewell Road, Victory Drive, Dam Number Four Road, Industrial Lane, Village Mill Drive, Distant View Drive, Industry Drive, Eby Lane, Leona Avenue, Edith Avenue, Marsh Pike, Fergusson Lane, Maugans Avenue, Garnette Avenue, and Oliver Drive
Please note that paving sites may change during the project due to weather, asphalt prices, and other variables. While delays should be anticipated and alternate routes considered, all roads will remain open.
Washington County thanks the community in advance for its patience during the roadway improvements throughout the County. For additional information, please contact Director of Public Relations and Community Affairs Sarah Lankford Sprecher at 240-313-2215.
About Washington County, Maryland Government: Washington County, Maryland Government strives to fulfill its duty to the citizens of Washington County with regard to operational efficiency, fiscal responsibility, and responsiveness to the needs of the community. This vision is used to ably assist the Board of County Commissioners of Washington County in achieving goals for moving the County forward as present needs and future plans are addressed.
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