Bid for Salem road improvements could be boon for short roads
At the March 11 town election, voters will be asked to approve about $4.5 million for the 2014 portion of the town's 10-year road improvement program.
"We, as a board, said we would maintain that number (of $4.5 million) and if the bids came in below that, we would pave more roads," said McBride.
Town Engineering Director Robert Puff recommended a number of roads for reconstruction or mill and overlaying.
His main issue was with the reconstruction of Mahoney Avenue.
Hargreaves said Mahoney Avenue is extremely short and that it might be more cost-effective to reconstruct the road at the same time as nearby McLauglin Road and Wells Avenue.
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