7/19/16 – 5:26 A.M.
Arlington village council members were given an update on proposed repairs to Main Street Monday night. The Courier reports Access Engineering Solutions of Celina and Blanchard Design Group of Findlay will design plans to upgrade the road, which is U.S. 68 through Arlington.
A two-part project would rebuild the road with curbs and gutters. It would also improve sidewalks and drainage. Funding for the first phase has been secured. The work will take place between State Route 103 north to the Vail Street bridge.
The cost of phase one is estimated to be more than $1.1 million. It will be paid for by a grant and loan package from ODOT. Arlington will contribute matching funds of $43,000.
The cost for both phases was estimated to be around $2.3 million.
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