Will the Columbus Park subdivision get paved?
Perkins Township is basically broke when it comes to funds for fixing various roads in dire need of repair.
Trustees did reserve some money to pave several streets within the Columbus Park subdivision, but cost overruns for the Fairview Lanes paving project ate all of this project's money up.
Upgrades to this area aren't expected to occur until 2014 at the earliest, Perkins Township highway superintendent Eric Dodrill said.
Trustees are still finalizing next year's budget, so it's not known how much money they'll set aside for road repairs.
The total project should cost at least $577,000, broken down by:
• Boston Road: $210,000
• Richmond Circle: $100,000
• Lisbon Circle: $86,000
• Memphis Avenue: $56,000
• Dallas Avenue: $44,000
• Hartford Avenue: $41,000
• Denver Avenue: $40,000