When will Perkins Township Hall's parking lot get paved?
Perkins officials plan to smooth out the bumpy road leading into Township Hall by this fall, township trustee Jeff Ferrell said.
Officials first estimated the resurfacing project, pegged at $120,000 would begin in August and end in October.
But two main reasons are causing a delay:
• The project engineer has yet to submit drawings.
• Officials believe they can obtain a better price if they wait longer.
The paving project represents the township's costliest infrastructure improvement job specifically funded by Perkins taxpayers in 2013.
"When we bought this property, we knew that this would have to be done," township trustee Mike Printy said.
Township Hall is a $3.3 million complex. Debuting in March, the facility on 2610 Columbus Ave. facility is the headquarters for various township services, including police and highway operations.