New construction of homes in the LSCA community have put a tremendous amount of pressure recently on the health of our roads. Large trucks and heavy equipment are responsible for an increased amount of degradation to our aging road system, and MUST be tended to quickly before more serious damage is done.
The LSCA Road Fund had been accumulating for 5 years (since our last big project in 2016), and was used in it's entirety to perform a major face-lift on our roads during 2021. General Pavement Management (GPM) was contracted to grind & patch specific locations in need, use hot-pour crack filler, then apply two thick coats of a surface sealer that should give us about 5 years of longevity on our current roads while we accumulate more money. The LSCA roads being resurfaced were Lower Lake, Upper Lake, Dirt Road, Hereford, David Lane, Trentham and Thorsby.
The repairs on upper Thorsby represents a major section of work following two construction projects still in progress.