PASO ROBLES, Calif. – On Tuesday, March 5th, the Paso Robles City Council agreed to a plan to repair many of the city's deteriorating roads. Before reconstruction can begin on the approximately 15 miles of roads listed, the council will next need to determine a number of important factors. Those include: determining what type of repair is needed for each road, the scope and cost of each project, repair sequence, soliciting bids and then actual construction. The Council also approved an extension of planned improvements on 21st Street to include the segment Spring Street to Vine Street. For more information on the road repair plans and other agenda items discussed at the meeting, see story below.
Story provided by Jim App/City Manager, City of Paso Robles
We have the first multi-year road repair plan (attached). It includes approximately 15 miles of major roads – roads which a large portion of the community use daily to access schools, homes, businesses and highways. Now begins the work to (1) determine type of repair needed for each road segment included, (2) civil engineers design/specify needed repairs, (3) estimate cost for each repair, (4) report repair scope and cost to Council, (5) Council determine repair sequence based upon cost, available funds, and construction conflicts/timing (if any), (6) solicit competitive bids for the highest/first priority repairs, and (7) construct. Then repeat Step 6 each year until the list is complete. Upon nearing list completion, develop a second multi-year road repair plan and repeat steps 1-7.
Additionally, Council approved extension of planned improvements (currently under way) on 21st Street to include the segment from Spring to Vine. So, the reconstruction will now expend from Vine Street on the west across to Riverside Avenue on the east!
Quasquicentennial Celebration! Three new events in the City Park were approved to mark and celebrate the City's 125th anniversary! Two New Year's Eve parties (complete with fireworks), and a special day to commemorate 125 years on the same day of original incorporation – March 11 2014. The City was incorporated March 11, 1889.
Oak Park Housing reconstruction – Approved extension of a fee deferral and initiation of additional transit service in order to strengthen the Authority's application for tax credit financing of Phase II. Phase I, the replacement of 40 aged units with 80 new units, is under way.
Approved selection of water treatment membrane technology which facilitates completion of a water treatment plant design. The design should be complete by Fall. Construction of the water treatment Plant could begin in early 2014 with completion in early 2015. The treatment plant will allow use of nacimiento water.
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