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Laurel Park OKs paving, repairs

The Laurel Park Town Council authorized a contract of $225,665 for paving work in the fiscal year that starts July 1.

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The low bid was made by Tarheel Paving, which beat those submitted by JLS and the Rogers Group.
The new fiscal year 2018 budget allocates $235,000 for road paving, $6,500 for materials and $55,000 for storm drainage repairs. The repaving includes:
• Sunny Ridge Road from lower curve to the end of the road
• Canal Drive from intersection with Crystal Springs to beyond intersection with Lake Drive
• Walnut Loop – Part 1 from intersection with Davis Mount to Crystal Springs
• Walnut Loop – Part 2 from intersection with Crystal Springs uphill toward Cliff Drive
• Kermit Edney from intersection with Lake Drive to intersection with Woodbyne Lane
• Hemlock Trail from intersection with Blackberry to the end of the road
• Spruce Pine
• General patching in various locations
If the town has money left over, the next priorities are:
• Pinewood Circle from western intersection with Laurel Park Highway to beginning of new pavement
• Orchard Circle from intersection with East Ramp to Scenic Lane
• Intersection of Roberts and Laurel Park Highway
• Silk Tree Road
• Apple Lane/Laurel Park Highway intersection
• South Drive at intersection with Hebron
• Alta Circle
• Sabine Drive patch areas
• Sabine Drive west of intersection with Elm
• Rainbow Lake Drive from Rhododendron Drive to Arbutus Lane
• Rowland Drive patch areas
• Laurel Park Highway from lower Roberts Dr. intersection to Elm Lane
• Laurel Park Highway Eastbound Lane only from Beechwood Circle approximately 75’ toward Indian Woods Trail
• Crystal Springs Drive Eastbound Lane only from Beechwood Circle approximately 75”toward Indian Woods Trail
• Birchwood Drive intersection with Pinewood Circle to the cul de sac
• Echo Circle from intersection with Echo Drive