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Sand Road chip-seal set for second week of July

 

July 5, 2018 | View PDF



Summer chip-sealing around the county is nearly complete with the exception of a four-mile stretch of Sand Road east of Pullman. It is slated to be done the week of July 11.

The project refers to putting a paved surface on a section of road which crews worked on last year to lessen angles on a stretch of S-curves, and put in a guardrail.

For this year, the county road department first intended to put hot-mix asphalt on the gravel but deemed it too expensive, now substituting a plan for penetration-shot asphalt instead.

The project, estimated at $550,000, will run on Sand Road from the Druffel grain bins, next to the Jennings Road intersection, to the Idaho state line.

 
 

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