Members of Brecksville's Streets and Sidewalks Committee took a trip on Tuesday to check out the most damaged roads in town.
The committee takes this trip annually to make sure the roads on its list for the next year are the ones most in need. The city already has a plan in place for 2013, although it could change before the crews actually hit the streets in the spring and summer.
Here’s a quick look at the planned repairs, according to information provided by the city:
Roads to be milled and resurfaced with asphalt:
- Miller Road from Katherine Boulevard to Barr Road
- Pershing Drive
- Oakhurst Circle
- Oakhurst Drive from Oakhurst Circle to Forestdale Drive
- A portion of Glen Eagle Drive
- Rockledge Drive
- Windswept Drive from state route 82 to Lake Park Drive
- 7956 Orianna Street
- 10245 Log Cabin Court
- 10147 to 10143 Deer Run
- Old Orchard Drive at Hickory Ridge Drive
- 10009 Gatewood Drive
- 3886 to 3966 Boxelder Drive
- Seth Payne Street entrance
- Riverview Road, north hill
- 8597 Chautauqua Trail
- 8595 Hinckley Circle
- 8607 Hinckley Circle
- 9705 Potomac Drive
- Crabtree Lane at 8403 Timber Trail
- Meadow Lane
- Lake Park Drive
- Windswept Drive at state Route 82
- Old Royalton Road
The city gives each street a rating, up to 100; improvements are focused on streets that are ranked below 60. The rating system helps the city plan for years to come, said Gerald Broski, chair of the Streets and Sidewalks Committee.
The lowest rated street—excluding the unrated ones—in the most recent street report is Old Royalton Road from state Route 82 to Stadium Drive. It has a rating of 40.
The city will now do the necessary advertising for the projects, and plans could change if costs come in much higher or lower than expected. The current estimate is about $1,167,600.
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