Grind and gravel construction projects continue in Berrien County
BERRIEN COUNTY, Mich. – Grind and gravel projects still are underway throughout Berrien County, the Berrien County Road Department said.
Old M-60, from Behner Road to the city limits in New Buffalo Township, is set to get graveled on Friday.
Freehling Road, from Hills Road to Coveney Road in Oronoko Township, is ready for gravel, but the date has yet to be determined.
Browntown Road, from Cleveland Avenue to Holden Road in Baroda Township, will be ground down on Monday and graveled Tuesday.
Lastly, Mill Road, from Warren Woods Road to Hanover Road in Weesaw Township, will be ground down on Tuesday. The date for gravel has yet to be announced.
All above dates are dependent on the weather and contractor.
Construction can result in temporary road closures and/or delays. Drivers are asked to either seek alternative routes or to be prepared for possible delays.
Grind and gravel projects provide a needed structure to a road base, which will be primed and double sealed later in the construction season, the Berrien County Road department said.
To see the full list of the grind and gravel projects, visit: http://bcroad.org/civicalerts.aspx?