The Spencer 4th. Street Storm Water Project

 

Let's don't let it be another six months.

The residents and locals of this area have suffered enough.

 

Bookmark 94.42  FILLING OPENINGS.
   All openings made in any street or sidewalk under the provisions of this subchapter

shall immediately, upon the completion of the work, be filled and the surface

thereof made flush with the adjacent surfaces.  Any hard surface, macadam

 or asphalt removed shall be replaced by the town at the expense of the applicant

 granted permission to open the street or sidewalk.

  Each day the opening is left unfilled in violation of this section shall constitute a separate offense.

(`94 Code, 13-21)  Penalty, see 94.99

 


It is a requirement by the NCDOT to patch openings with hard surface

after the repairs have been made.

 

The two photos on the left are of leftover stone and screenings that are

sitting upon undisturbed concrete.  This material should be removed and street

cleaned up to allow traffic and public parking.  Every rain that falls is washing

more loose stone and screenings into the storm water lines.

 

 

The rest of the photos are of potholes and areas that were opened up which according to

Bookmark 94.42  FILLING OPENINGS.

 shall immediately, upon the completion of the work, be filled

and the surface thereof made flush with the adjacent surfaces.

NCDOT rules apply on 3rd. Street as well as 4th. & Yadkin.  This is a NC State project.

 

    

  

 

Bookmark 94.42  FILLING OPENINGS.
   All openings made in any street or sidewalk under the provisions of this subchapter

 shall immediately, upon the completion of the work, be filled and the surface

 thereof made flush with the adjacent surfaces.  Any hard surface, macadam or

asphalt removed shall be replaced by the town at the expense of the applicant

 granted permission to open the street or sidewalk.

  Each day the opening is left unfilled in violation of this section shall

constitute a separate offense.

(`94 Code, 13-21)  Penalty, see 94.99

 

 

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