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Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Milling and Repaving

Salisbury, MD ... Wicomico County Public Works will be milling and repaving Jersey Road from Morris Street to Naylor Mill Road June 16th - 17th and 20th - 21st. This will include the intersection of Jersey Road and Naylor Mill Road. Drivers will encounter lane shifts & width reductions as well as flagging operations. In addition, Beaglin Park Drive will be milled and repaved between Middle Neck Drive and the railroad crossing on June 19th. Drivers will encounter lane shifts during that work.

Please contact the Wicomico County Roads Division at 410-548-4872 with any questions.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope they do a better job than they did on Dagsboro Road a few weeks back.

Anonymous said...

Does it include The Entire Road of Morris Street in front of Salisbury Middle Because that road is very bad. Same with West Road From Booth Street To Adventist Drive.

Anonymous said...

9:52 that is becasue they are trying to be cheap and fast... They didn't mill and only laid like a half inch or less of pavement on dagsboro road and surrounding areas, that is why it looks like crap... I wish they would fix the roads in pittsville, got they are worse than jersey road...

IF they would buy that machine I talked about years ago, it only takes 4 workers to run it, and it only cost 1 million to buy, and small amounts to up keep if they actually follow the upkeep rules, and it can do all the work of milling, putting down crush and run, new pavement, painted lines and even those reflectors, all at the same time, and they could so all lanes of 13 going from fruitland all the way to wawa near the state police barracks E up north in like 4 days... But no, it would be to efficient so they won't so it... They rather have 10 people standing watching 4 workers actually work... and take 2 years to pave one side of the road...

Anonymous said...

This will take one and a half years or so.

Anonymous said...

The areas you are talking about aren't pavement. One of the benefits and cost saving measures of that surface treatment is that there is no need to mill.

Anonymous said...

Sure 12:06, and I have some ocean front property in Arizona I will sell you.

bayman said...

Paving roads that do not need it as bad as some roads in Salisbury. The roads here are like a huge patchwork quilt. Depends on who lives on which street or road or highway I guess.