$2 million roads resurfacing project set to beginPublished 10:16am Monday, April 8, 2013
By AMY JONES / Associate Editor
COLUMBIANA — County Engineer Randy Cole said a $2 million roads resurfacing project for the county is set to begin “hopefully” later this month.
Cole made his comments during the April 8 County Commission meeting.
For the project, workers will repair, resurface and stripe various county roads.
Roads to be worked on include Shelby County 8, Shelby County 468, Star Trek, Shelby County 267, Shelby County 281, Shelby County 343, Shelby County 335, Spring Garden Street, Alpine Way, Mountain Vista, Brook Green Lane, Shelby County 226, Plateau Road, Woodland Drive, Meadowood Lane, Woodfield Road, Shelby County 11 turn lanes, Valleydale Road at Lowe’s, Shelby County 263, Shelby County 75 and Shelby County 22.
Workers will also work on roads in various subdivisions, including Broken Bow, Meadow Brook, Jameswood, Parkview, Little Ridge Estates and Willowbrook.
Work will also be done at the Montevallo Promenade at North Boundary Street and Island Street and a parking lot in Montevallo at the corner of Boundary Street and Valley Street; at The Willows in the city of Vincent; and on Meyer Street in the city of Columbiana.
Also during the meeting, County Manager Alex Dudchock announced that the 2013 Shelby County Senior Picnic will be held at Oak Mountain State Park on May 16.