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Written by Kye Parsons

Road Paving Projects to Start This Week in Wicomico

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SALISBURY, Md.- Wicomico County Executive Richard M. Pollitt Jr. has announced that paving work will begin the week of Aug. 16 at 15 locations in the county.

Pollitt said that funding for the $1.8 million project is available as a result of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. According to Pollitt, the federal funding allocations were limited to "major" roadways in Wicomico County and were not available for smaller roads in need of repair.

The county expects the projects to take longer than three weeks and residents must use detours during construction.

Below is a list of the road paving projects getting under way this week:

  • Riverside Drive – Woodland Road to Tony Tank Bridge
  • Dykes Road – Near Robins Avenue
  • Robins Avenue – Near Dykes Road
  • Nutters Cross Road – Wycroft Drive to Colbourn Mill Road
  • Johnson Road – Caravan Way to Nutters Cross Road
  • Gunby Road – Rt. 350 to North Schumaker Drive
  • Phillip Morris Drive – Route 50 to Route 346
  • Outten Road – Beaglin Park Drive to Nottingham Woods
  • Civic Avenue – Route 50 to Route 346
  • Beaglin Park Drive – Saint's Way south to Parkside High School
  • South Schumaker Drive – Route 12 to Beaglin Park Drive
  • Pemberton Drive – Turtle Creek to Crooked Oak Lane
  • Pemberton Drive – Near Upper Ferry Road
  • West Road – Near Adventist Drive
  • Connelly Mill Road – Railroad crossing
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