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Hartselle Enquirer

Four miles of Highway 31 to be resurfaced

By Staff
A four-mile section of U.S. Highway 31 in Hartselle will be resurfaced next year by the State Highway Department, according to Johnny Harris, District 1 engineer.
Harris said plans are to repave the four-lane highway from NAPA Auto Parts, just south of the Highway 36 intersection, to Flint Creek. The project is estimated to cost about $1.5 million.
Harris said ALDOT usually solicits bids and awards contracts on highway resurfacing projects in January. The work is then scheduled to start in the spring when weather conditions improve.
In the same time frame construction is expected to begin on the replacement of the old Hammitt Street railroad bridge, which includes a new roadway linking North Sparkman and Georgia Streets. It is also a $1.5 million project.

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