2017-03-19 / News

Chesaning Township road agenda set for this year’s projects

By Jeanne Marcello
Staff Reporter

CHESANING TWP. – During the Chesaning Township Board’s March meeting, Supervisor Bob Corrin presented the list of proposed road improvement projects for 2017.

The board budgeted $80,000 for roads in the township’s 2017-2018 fiscal budget. In addition, the Saginaw County Road Commission (SCRC) has allocated $31,346 for Chesaning Township. This gives the township $111,346 for road work.

Corrin listed the projects as including chip-and-seal on one mile of Amman Road (from Ditch Road to the county line) at a cost of $19,500, and two miles of chip-and-seal on Stuart Road at $39,000 (M-57 to Chesaning Road), plus, two loads of hot patch at various locations within the township at a cost of $19,000.

Corrin said a cross tube needs to be replaced on Fransche Road, just south of Ferden Road. That is expected to cost $6,234. A cross tube on Niver Road will also need replacing and will be considered at a later date.

The above projects total $83,734. The remaining balance is $27,612 and will be used for brine applications and other road maintenance.

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