Flagging down where summer road projects will be Single-lane closures due in both directions

June 17, 1996

The Carroll County Department of Public Works has announced road projects in the county this summer. Work will involve single-lane closures in both directions with flag people directing traffic.

Projects include:

Blacks Schoolhouse Road, Route 97 to Stone Road; resurfacing, storm drain, guardrail work; until Sept. 3.

Halter Road, Pleasant Valley Road to Mayberry Road; resurfacing, storm drain work, guardrail work; until Sept. 21.

Lucabaugh Mill Road, Sullivan Road to Route 27; resurfacing; Thursday to June 24.

Fairmount Road, Hampstead town line to Maple Grove Road; resurfacing, storm drain work; Thursday to June 28.

Maple Grove Road, Route 30 to Baltimore County line; resurfacing, storm drain work; Friday to July 9.

Stone Chapel Road, Route 27 to Old New Windsor Pike; resurfacing, storm drain work; June 24 to Oct. 2.

Millers Station Road, railroad at Millers to Baltimore County line; resurfacing, storm drain work, guardrail work; June 27 to July 15.

Harrisville Road, Buffalo Road to Route 27; resurfacing, storm drain work, June 30 to Oct. 14.

For information on the above projects, call 857-2173.

Deep milling and patching will be done at these locations this month:

Arrington Road, Raincliffe Road to Marriottsville Road No. 2.

Raincliffe Road, Route 32 to Arrington Road.

Bond Street, Route 27 to Westminster city line.

Carroll Street, Westminster city line to Englar Road.

Center Street, Gist Road to Stoner Avenue.

East Main Street, Westminster city line to Route 97.

Hook Road, Arnold Road to Bollinger Road.

The following roads will be paved this month:

Ruggles Road, Teeter Road to Walnut Grove Road.

Teeter Road, Route 194 to Ruggles Road.

Fringer Road North, Walnut Grove Road to Fringer Road.

McMullen Road, Bull Frog Road to Baptist Road.

For information on the above projects, call 848-6717.

Pub Date: 6/17/96

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