Crawford Road is in the news, and the new county road is being actively discussed by the County Commissioners!
It’s a very early stage of this process, and nothing has yet been determined, including the specific route of the road. Generally, the route will proceed from the north side of the intersection of Craw and 525 and wander northwards, eventually meeting Crawford Road just north of the curve. Preliminary engineering has begun to determine costs.
In addition, the Island County Record reported on the meeting and the road situation, as well as the results of the economic development study.
Big things are afoot, and we look forward to hearing your feedback in the near future!
Good morning neighbors!
By now, you will have noticed that the winter grading of Crawford Road has begun.
Although we think that the grading has already made improvements, we want to let you know that this is a multiple stage process. This is just the first stage.
After this first grading pass, there will be subsequent passes to continue to improve the road surface. We ask that you bear with us over the next week or so as we continue our maintenance project to improve the road surface, build the crown, and improve the drainage of northern Crawford Road.
Please let us know if you have any questions or concerns.
Recently, members of the MCRA Board and several property owners met with Danny – a consulting engineer with DCG – to discuss the challenges and possible solutions for drainage on the north end of Crawford Road.
We learned a lot, and we’re creating a plan incorporating what we’ve learned into the upcoming fall grading and maintenance of the gravel section of Crawford Road.
The grading will begin as soon as the rains return… We apologize for the delay caused by this glorious fall sunshine. 😉
Click on the above to review the plan for continuing the rehabilitation of northern Crawford road…
We’re looking forward to extending our gains in the late winter and spring, with the aim of of bringing the entire road to a higher standard, resulting in much smaller, regular maintenance grading and material replacement.
Thanks so much to Mary, Craig, and all who assisted in rejuvenating our Forest Lane bus stop!
Mary’s added a fresh new coat of paint with an awesome new color scheme, we’ve pushed back the brush and brambles, and soon we’ll be adding signage, repairing the light, adding new gravel, and striping a brand new crosswalk!
After three quarters of a year, the final draft of the FCS report on the economic effects of the new county road is almost ready. This draft will have minor typos and revisions still to correct, but it’s largely the content that will be presented to CERB and the Commissioners.
The report is extremely positive about the economic effects of the proposed county road, and we’re looking forward to the next steps!
Check it out, and leave us your comments!
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Little BIG Fest 2019 is coming! It’s just around the corner, from August 2-4.
Please join us for a weekend of amazing live music, arts, food, drinks, yoga, workshops, family fun and unforgettable memories!
As many of you know, we recently lost Jenny Kittle to her battle with cancer. She was looking forward to hosting a BBQ in her home on the 15th, so what better way to remember her than to continue the celebration that she created…
More information from Christian and RSVP.