by Carol Thompson
Approximately 11 miles of road will be paved this year by the Oswego County Highway Department.
Much of the cost of the improvements will be paid through the New York State Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program, which is more commonly known as CHIPS.
The Town of Granby will see 1.40 miles of road paved from the county line to South Granby Road. The joint west of VanAukin Road east will be paved in Boylston for a distance of 1.30 miles.
Dutcherville Road in Constantia will be paved from N.Y.S. Route 49 for 3.10 miles and one half mile of Fawn Lake Road is slated for paving in Orwell. One mile in Parish will be paved from N.Y.S. Route 69 to Bidwell Road.
The Town of Richland will receive 0.80 miles of new paving from the railroad tracks to U.S. Route 11 and Williamstown will receive just under a mile of paving in two locations.
The Town of New Haven is slated for 1.50 miles of paving from N.Y.S. Route 104 to County Route 51A and Orwell is on the schedule for 0.70 miles of new pavement.
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