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Dane County Executive Parisi Announces Partnership with Village of Oregon To Make Roads Safer

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Stephanie Miller 608-267-8823

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8/8/2016

Issued By: County Executive
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        Three Year $2.4 Million Project Will Reconstruct Two Busy County Roads in Oregon

 

MADISON-Today Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced a three year project with the Village of Oregon which will begin in 2017 to reconstruct MM and CC in Oregon to make county roads safer. Together the three phases of the project will cost $2,470,000 and will be split 50/50 by the Village and the County. At the conclusion of the work the Village of Oregon will be responsible for the roadway including snow removal, maintenance of traffic signals, road painting, and road maintenance. 

 

“This partnership is a needed investment into our infrastructure that will make our roads safer,” said Dane County Executive Joe Parisi. “The agreement is a common sense approach to streamline and improve services. I am happy to once again team up with the Village of Oregon to improve infrastructure.”

 

“The street projects that the Village has planned for 2017 would not be happening if not for the cooperation of Dane County staff,” said Village President Steve Staton.  “The Village of Oregon and Dane County have a history of working together to solve problems as well as improving infrastructure for our residents.  In the past few years joint projects have included storm water mitigation, a major bike trail, and downtown redevelopment.”

 

Phase one of the project consists of the reconstruction of CTH CC from East of the Railroad overhead to Ash Street. This Phase is expected to be completed in 2017. 

 

Dane County will remove all existing pavement, provide two foot excavation between curb and gutter, install engineered base material, and pave an asphalt surface. The county will do spot curb and gutter replacement.  Manhole and water box adjustment, and crosswalk painting shall be done by the Village of Oregon. Dane County will coordinate with the Village of Oregon to allow Village to complete water main installation before the County proceeds with road reconstruction work. This phase of the project will cost $400,000.

 

Phase Two of the Project consists of the reconstruction of CTH MM (N. Main Street) from Grove Street northerly to the northern village corporate limit.  This phase is expected to be completed in 2018.  Village will install water main and any other utilities. 

 

Dane County will remove all existing pavement, provide two foot excavation between curb and gutter, install engineered base material, and pave an asphalt surface. County will do spot curb and gutter and centerline painting.  For the area of newer construction at Netherwood, County will mill off two inches of asphalt and replace with a two inch asphalt overlay. Village of Oregon will paint crosswalks and adjust manholes and water boxes.  This phase of the project will cost $1.27 million.

 

Phase Three of the Project consists of the reconstruction of CTH MM (Janesville Street) from Spring Street southerly to Wolfe Street (CTH MM South), except for the area that was reconstructed in 2015.  Village shall be solely responsible for the installation of water main and any other utilities.  This phase is expected to be completed in 2019.  Jurisdictional transfer from County to Village: CTH MM from CTH MM south /Wolfe Street to CTH CC.

 

Dane County will remove all existing pavement, provide two foot excavation between curb and gutter, install engineered base material, and pave an asphalt surface.  County will do spot curb and gutter replacement and centerline painting.  Village of Oregon will paint crosswalks and adjust manholes and water boxes. This phase of the project will cost $800,000.

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