Nine Salem Township road projects on tap for discussion with Road Commission Tuesday night
Nine possible projects, including one with neighboring Superior Township for a section of Joy Road, are expected to be discussed when Salem Township officials meet with the Washtenaw County Road Commission Tuesday night.
Salem Township has a $16,497 carryover in conventional matching funds from 2011 to add to this year’s $15,935.
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Last year, the township opted for three solid applications of dust control on its 37.7 miles of certified gravel roads at a cost of about $14,662 for one application.
Here are the additional projects that officials are expected to discuss:
- Joy Road from Curtis Road to Gotfredson Road, a joint project with Superior Township in which the road will be reshaped and 8,100 tons of limestone will be added. The total estimated cost of the project is $102,000 and Salem Township’s portion would be $51,000.
- North Territorial Road from Gotfredson east for one-third of a mile, milling of the surface and overlay at an estimated cost of $29,500.
- North Territorial Road from Curtis Road east about 4,400 feet, milling and overlay of the pavement at an estimated cost of $91,000.
- Seven Mile Road from Chubb Road to Napier Road, berm removal and milling of the surface as well as an overlay and shoulder restoration at an estimated cost of $128,000.
- Napier Road from Five Mile Road to North Territorial Road, ditching and berm removal at at estimated cost of $32,500.
- Leota and Clifton streets, south of Six Mile Road, ditching and project restoration at an estimated cost of $18,000.
- Beacon Lane and Peppermill Way, crack sealing at an estimated cost of $8,700.
- Homestead Lane and Dobbin Lane, crack sealing at an estimated cost of $7,000.
- Salem Farms Subdivision, crack and chip sealing on Sunset Drive, Salem Farms Drive, Harvest Court and Sunset Court at an estimated cost of $72,000.
Salem Township and Road Commission officials will meet at 7 p.m. at Township Hall, 9600 Six Mile Road.
Lisa Allmendinger is a regional reporter for AnnArbor.com, who also covers the Washtenaw County Road Commission. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.