Two culverts that have to be replaced on Millikin Road will close the road in Fairfield Township beginning Wednesday. The closure was originally scheduled to start Monday, but was postponed until Tuesday due to inclement weather. On Tuesday morning, it was then pushed back again to Wednesday.
Crews from the Butler County Engineer’s Office will begin work at the westernmost culvert and work east. Portions of the road between Judith Drive and Morris Road would be closed to accommodate the work.
Each replacement is expected to take two to three days to complete, weather permitting, with the road reopening tentatively set for April 1.
The first culvert is located 100 feet east of Judith Drive and 250 feet west of Beaty Lane.
Once it is replaced, work will begin on the second culvert, located 400 feet east of Indian Trace Drive and 400 feet west of Morris Road.
For more information on this projects and others, visit www.bceo.org/roadclosings.
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