Paving Complete, But Are Roads Better?

Long Valley Patch wants to know if the repair work was worth the money.

From June 20 to July 19, Tilcon of Wharton milled, paved and striped three sections of roadway in Washington Township after the township committee approved a earlier this year to have the work done.

Stretches of and Flocktown Roads were all repaired during that time frame, as they were on an 'A' list of streets comprised by township engineer Leon Hall and Department of Public Works Superintendent Scott Frech. Those listed on the 'A' list were said to be in most need of immediate repair.

Now that the roadwork is done, Long Valley Patch wants to know what you think of the repair work. Have you driven on any of the newly paved areas? Do you agree with the roads that were chosen?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below, and thanks for participating!

Roger Keyser July 28, 2011 at 12:50 PM
The stretch of Flocktown Rd near Thomas Farm Rd is the worst road paving job I've ever seen. They should re-do it for free. It's so bumpy, I think it's worse now than before
Joseph Keyes July 28, 2011 at 02:29 PM
I drive Parker Road frequently and can attest to it being much improved. Our DPW did a great job keeping bone-crunching potholes under control after a long, wet winter and equally unforgiving spring. I hope the Tilton asphalt formula will hold up better against the weather.
MaryLynn Schiavi July 29, 2011 at 02:19 PM
I thought all of Wehrli Road was going to be repaved. Not so?


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