12/6/16 – 5:12 A.M.
There could be some movement to repair Main Street in Arlington. The Courier reports village council members were cautiously optimistic about the project during their Monday meeting. Councilman Brian Essinger says ODOT officials will conduct a “scope of project” walk-through of the first phase this Friday. He added that State Senator Cliff Hite mentioned extra funding for the project could find its way into the state’s next funding cycle.
Main Street in Arlington doubles as U.S. 68. The estimated cost for both phases of the repair project is $2.3 million. The goal is to pay for the work with a mix of grants and loans from the Ohio Department of Transportation and Ohio Public Works Commission, along with village funds.
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