19 projects slated to help smooth traveling along Coal City's streets
COAL CITY — Local residents can expect to see road crews working throughout the village in full force in coming weeks.
According to Village Administrator Matt Fritz, the Coal City is working on an aggressive schedule to complete a series of 19 pavement maintenance projects as part of its annual Motor Fuel Tax program. The aim, he said, is to complete the projects before school starts in August, particularly because a heavily-traveled road, Carbon Hill Road, is included.
"That will be something people notice — as they travel down that road, there's a few dips," Fritz said. "Although that's not the most costly project, that road will be a lot more even as people use it after this project is completed."
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