Friday, July 10, 2009

Cadillac Pathway Parking to be Paved

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a news release of Michigan DNR

The Department of Natural Resources has announced that the Cadillac Pathway parking lot, located off Seeley Road in Missaukee County, will undergo paving and site redevelopment beginning July 7.

Upgrades will include correcting drainage problems, asphalt paving, and delineation of parking spaces. Construction activities will necessitate closure of the site on an intermittent basis. The project is expected to be completed by Aug. 7, 2009.

The improvements will benefit pathway users by providing efficient use of parking space. It has been found that asphalt paving of pathway parking lots saves on annual maintenance including grading, erosion repair, and replenishment of aggregate surfaces.

The project is being funded through a federal Recreation Trails Program (RTP) Grant administered by the DNR. RTP grant funding is derived from federal Department of Transportation gas tax revenues; it is used exclusively for recreation trail development projects and cannot be applied toward non-recreation projects. Elmer's Contracting of Traverse City is the contractor.

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