During the summer of 2018, the City will be reclaiming the asphalt and repaving roughly 12 miles of roads that are rated very poor or poor along with ditch-to-ditch improvements. Bids for the project will be presented to the Council in April with work scheduled to start early in May. The contractor will be required to return the project streets to a paved surface within 3 weeks of reclaiming the pavement. Construction of Old Marine Trail and Oxboro Avenue will be completed at a minimum to the first lift of asphalt in time for the Lion’s Fat Cat Triathlon. The final completion of the project will be early October. The project will be funded through the issuance of $4,400,000 in bonds to be repaid over 15 years with the balance coming from the City’s Local Road Improvement Fund. In addition to the City’s road projects, Washington County will be resurfacing Olinda Trail (CTH 3) and its portion of Oakhill Road (CTH 52).