Road resurfacing in City of Canfield set for next year


Staff report

CANFIELD

The city received a $74,900 grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission for road resurfacing beginning in the summer. The funding will arrive in July.

Neff Drive and Shadydale Drive, which together are slightly more than 2 miles of road, were selected for resurfacing. City Manager Joe Warino told city council Wednesday night the city has decided to focus on longer streets and will likely do the same in 2019.

About $250,000 a year is budgeted for road resurfacing projects.

In another matter, Councilman John Morvay said he has received numerous complaints about the city’s leaf pickup service, which has ended for the year.

“Anything else would have to be contracted,” Morvay said. “We can’t control Mother Nature, but it’s certainly been a long season for leaves.”

Morvay suggested the city place a notice on its website to inform residents the service has ended.

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