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Wicomico County Roads Division Announces Paving Schedule

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WICOMICO COUNTY, Md.- Wicomico County Executive Rick Politt and the Department of Public Works- Roads Division have announced that the fall paving program for roads throughout the community is scheduled to begin on Wednesday.

Public Works Director Lee Beauchamp said that about 11.5 miles of county roads will be resurfaced. Delaware contracting firm George & Lynch earned the project and will begin their paving project on the east side of the county and make their way to the west side. 

The paving program is set to start with Sixty Foot Road from Route 50 to the Pittsville town line. They will also pave bridge approaches on:

  • Morris Road
  • Purnell Crossing Road
  • Three Bridges Road
  • Sheppards Crossing Road
  • Bethel Road
  • Richardson Road

The contractors will continue paving on:

  • Morris Leonard Road
  • Dagsboro Road
  • Rum Ridge Road
  • Naylor Mill Road 

The program is expected to take about two weeks to complete depending on weather conditions in the community. During the construction, traffic will be impacted with single lane closures and controlled by signage and flaggers. 

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