12 County Roads Scheduled To Be Paved In Coming Months

At least 12 Chattooga County roads are scheduled for repaving in the coming months, according to Commissioner Jason Winters.
The county will use $162,000 in sales tax funds to help pay for the paving. The Georgia Department of Transportation will pay the remaining cost –$603,400. It’s part of the DOT’s Local Maintenance and Improvement Grant (LMIG) program.
The roads scheduled for repaving include:
* Farmersville Road, Subligna: It’s a 1.5 mile stretch of road from the bridge to Bethel Church Road.
* Shields Road, Gore: It’s a .8 mile stretch from the bridge to Gore-Subligna Road.
* Unity Church Road, Gore: It’s 1.1 miles of section from Packer Dairy Road to U.S. 27.
* Rowell Road, Summerville: It’s .8 miles from Hwy. 114 to the dead end.
* Oak Hill Road, Lyerly: It’s 1.6 miles of pavement from Josh Ward Road to Owens Dairy Road.
* Reservoir Road, Summerville: It’s .3 miles of road from Back Berryton Road to the dead end.
* Ridgeway Road, Trion: It’s 1.2 miles from Old Hwy. 27 to Old Justice Road.
* Dry Creek Road, Subligna: It’s three miles of paving from East Armuchee Road to the bridge.
* Back Valley Road, Lyerly: It’s 2.2 miles of paving from Oak Hill Road to Ragland Road.
* North Elizabeth Street, Summerville: It’s .2 miles of paving from Farrar Drive to the dead end.
* North Hill Street, Summerville: It’s .2 miles of paving from North Elizabeth Street to Ellen Street.
* River Road, Lyerly: It’s .2 miles of paving from Oak Hill Road to the dead end.

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