Paulding Road Work Set To Kick Off

Dri­vers in Pauld­ing County will soon see road crews out there, who will be doing mea­sur­ing and mak­ing plans for the 16 miles of resur­fac­ing work that will get under­way later this year.

It’s going to be a pricey job, with an esti­mated price tag of $1.1 mil­lion. The county received a $325,000 grant through the Ohio Pub­lic Works Com­mis­sion to help cover costs.

Before any repaving gets done, work­ers first have to replace a num­ber of bad cul­verts.

Areas to be done include sec­tions of: State Line Road and Pauld­ing County roads 60 (near Wayne Trace High School), 115, 138, 171 and 204.

High­way offi­cials say there will be no bridge projects this year.

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