The Culver Town Council members reviewed paving bids last week for the town’s upcoming projects.Continue reading
Upgrades to the parking lot at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation are ongoing as well as concrete work.
Three rounds of paving are anticipated in this year’s summer schedule for crews with the Starke County Highway Department.
U.S. 35 in Knox will get a new road surface in an INDOT project set to begin at the end of July.
North Judson Town Superintendent Marshall Horstmann told council members that the town was recently awarded $158,160 in Federal Highway Administration funds for phase three of their ADA compliance project.
At their meeting last Monday, he mentioned since planning and engineering costs haven’t been factored in yet, that won’t even be the complete amount awarded. He also told members that with all three phases of the ADA compliance projects, the town has been awarded a total of $406,360 so far. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski Schools campus will get major paving and sidewalk upgrades in the coming months. The school board awarded a $2.4-million construction bid to Rieth-Riley Construction Company Monday.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board has decided to go ahead with seeking bids for a large-scale paving project. On Monday, board members approved the specifications and scope for the concrete and asphalt project and issued the necessary bid documents. Continue reading
The Eastern Pulaski School Board is expected to finalize plans for its summer paving project tonight. School officials hope to resurface the driveways and most of the parking lots on the schools’ campus. Plans also call for sidewalk repair, and traffic flow updates.
The Eastern Pulaski School Board continues planning for a large-scale paving project on the schools’ campus. Joe Briggs with Gibraltar Design reviewed the project scope and preliminary cost estimates with board members Monday.
At the Eastern Pulaski School Board meeting Monday evening, board members discussed and considered information pertaining to proposed paving and concrete projects.
Superintendent Dan Foster explained that there are some safety concerns with the current drop-off locations at the schools. Foster said, “The afternoon pick-up procedures aren’t too bad but the morning drop-off procedures, we’ve really struggled with coming up with a good way to do that with the layout of our campus. So we’ve had a committee working this fall.” Continue reading
A request to pave Pulaski County Road 700 South may depend on a future State Road 39 project. Back in March, residents approached the county commissioners asking them to pave a portion of 700 South west of State Road 39. They were back this week looking for an update.
Residents of Pulaski County Road 700 South say they’re tired of living on a gravel road. Continue reading
The Town of Winamac plans to make some sidewalk repairs with money left over from its paving projects. Town Manager Brad Zellers told the town council Monday the paving bill came in about $18,000 less than what the contractor had bid, since less material was needed than originally thought. Continue reading
The Town of Hamlet is getting ready for winter weather. Water and Street Superintendent Fred Rowe told the town council Wednesday that the town’s salt spreader is getting worn out, after years of use. Continue reading
Paving projects are getting underway in the Town of Winamac. Town Manager Brad Zellers told the town council Monday that Central Paving’s bid of $212,886.50 met the town’s requirements. He said the company planned to do milling work this week, then start with the actual paving. Continue reading
The Town of Culver is ready to move ahead with a few street projects now that Community Crossings grant funds have been received.
During a special session on Tuesday afternoon, the Town Council considered bids received for two projects. Paving is planned for Main Street in Culver between Madison and Davis Streets.
The Winamac Town Council has decided to delay the opening of paving bids, following a complaint about the number of changes in project specifications. Continue reading
An asphalt problem has forced paving contractors to hit the brakes on finishing the road through the Knox Industrial Park. Last summer 300 East/Klockner Drive was widened to accommodate truck traffic. Contractors have been working for the past few months to restore driveways and lawns and finish paving. Continue reading
The North Judson Town Board approved spending $50,000 on street paving this year.
The Board discussed, at length, what streets to pave at what cost. The Board settled on paving the intersection at Ufkes and Campbell Drive, West Sycamore Street, Sycamore from Luken Street to the Railroad Museum, 1,100 yards at Highland Cemetery, and the railroad crossing at Arlington Avenue.