Edgewood Rd Project: Tower Terrace to Toddville Rd

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June 1, 2017 1:35 PM

Edgewood Road Project Update

Culvert and grading project from a point a half mile north of Tower Terrace Road to County Home Road.

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November 20, 2017 11:23 AM

The contractor plans to arrive back on site on today or tomorrow to work on one remaining manhole. They then plan to come back on next Monday (27th) to work on a section of sanitary sewer. This work should take approximately 3-4 days.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)

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October 19, 2017 7:23 AM

The project is getting close to completion. The contractor plans to finish placing rock this week and place grass seed Friday (20th) or early next week. There will be some minor clean up work remaining, but the work should be completed and the road opened in about 1-2 weeks.

Edgewood Road will not be seal coated this fall as originally planned. It is late enough in the year and the cooler temperatures are not warm enough to apply a seal coat. The oil would not bond properly and the seal coat may not last through the winter. Linn County crews plan to apply calcium chloride to the rock to help control dust. This will not eliminate dust, but will greatly reduced it.

Edgewood Road is tentatively scheduled for a concrete overlay in 2018. Depending on the overlay schedule we may seal coat the road early in the year or we may just wait for the concrete overlay. That decision is still to be determined.

Please contact me with any questions. Thanks for your cooperation.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)

September 19, 2017 8:23 AM

The contractor is still working on culvert replacements and grading work. Access is expected to remain open to the north (County Home Road) for the remainder of the project. Dust control has been applied to the rock section near Timber Ridge Trail. Although the dust control will not eliminate all the dust it will greatly reduce it. Once construction is complete Linn County crews will seal coat the rock. It will not remain rock through the winter.

Please contact me with any questions. Thanks for your cooperation.

Garret Reddish (garret.reddish@linncounty.org)