Update

November 21, 2006

A portion of Oella Avenue in the Oella community near Catonsville that had been closed for more than a year could reopen next summer. Work had been delayed because a retaining wall was in danger of collapsing, and a bid to fix the road last year came in at more than $1.7 million, about $1 million higher than expected. James Arford, structural design chief for the Baltimore County Department of Public Works, said his office has approved a variation of the disputed contract so that work can begin in January at a cost of $1.1 million. The road could reopen in June.

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