Sue Kiesewetter reports:
A road improvement project begun last year will close Liberty-Fairfield Road for one month beginning Monday.
The road will be closed to through traffic between Logsdon’s Woods Drive and Princeton Road on the border between Liberty and Fairfield townships. Local access will be maintained only for residents, businesses, school buses and emergency vehicles.
The road is being closed so that existing lanes can be widened from 10 to 12 feet along with adding two-foot paved shoulders and a two-foot earth berm. Affected driveways will be reconstructed and drainage will be improved as part of the project.
A small bridge was replaced before construction stopped last winter with the onset of winter. Weather permitting, the project should be completed in early May, with the road reopening tentatively set for the week of April 29.
The small bridge located between Maple Crest Drive and Weathered Oaks Drive/Stone Creek Drive will be completely closed.
During the closing northbound Liberty-Fairfield Road traffic will detour east on Hamilton-Mason Road, north on Ohio 747 and west on Princeton Road. Southbound traffic would reverse the route.
For more information on local road closures, visit www.bceo.org/roadclosings.
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