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2017 ROAD MAINTENANCE AND PAVING PROJECTS IN PLEASANT PRAIRIE
WORK EXPECTED TO BEGIN IN MAY
During March, Village staff solicited bids for road maintenance and paving projects proposed as part of Pleasant Prairieís 2017 budget. On Monday, April 3, the Village Board approved a contract with Payne & Dolan, Inc. in the amount of $1,620,183.13 to complete thirteen paving projects throughout the Village.
Two-inch overlays will be completed: on River Road; on 42nd Avenue, north of 85th Street; on 116th Street, east of 4th Avenue; and at the 93rd Street Booster Station. Asphalt will be pulverized and re-laid: in the Pleasant Prairie portion of the Cooper Road Drainage Basin, between Cooper Road and 60th Avenue and between 80th and 85th Streets; on Bain Station Road, between Highway C and 104th Avenue (including 103rd Avenue); and in the area of Becker Park (76th Street). As part of the Becker Park paving, 48th, 49th and 50th Avenues will also receive a two-inch mill and overlay.
New pavement will be installed: at the Bentz Lift Station; at the Sewer D Prairie Farms Trail Head Parking Lot; and at the new equipment storage facility at the Roger Prange Center. Additional repair and restoration work will take place: inside Prairie Springs Park; on 113th Street, west of 88th Avenue; and at various additional locations throughout the Village.
Work on the 2017 paving projects is expected to begin in May and to be complete near the end of September. Schedules will be weather dependent. The projects will be funded through Pleasant Prairieís general fund budget and related enterprise fund budgets. The Village will also receive $52,369 through Wisconsinís Local Roads Improvement Program.
More information regarding the 2017 paving program is available by clicking here and viewing the April 3 2017 Village Board e-packet.