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As part of the 2020 Resurfacing Project, C.W. Matthews Contracting Company will begin paving Monday, June 8 in parts of the City of Woodstock. The resurfacing project is subject to change depending on weather and other unknown factors. Resurfacing work is expected to take place Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., until the project is complete.
On Arnold Mill Road, C.W. Matthews will pave 3.54 miles, Barnes Road to the Woodstock City Limits, as well as 1.01 miles on Barnes Road from Trickum Road to Arnold Mill Road.
Just outside the City of Woodstock, C.W. Matthews will pave 2.57 miles of Lower Birmingham Road, from Batesville Road to the Fulton County Line.
“The nearly $3 million resurfacing project is getting a quicker start than expected,” said Geoff Morton, Cherokee Community Development Agency director. “We are thankful that C.W. Matthews was able to get our projects scheduled sooner than originally planned.”
Woodstock City Manager Jeff Moon said city residents may experience delays in their travels on these area roads in coming weeks.
“We ask for your patience as road crews make these roads better and safer to travel,” Moon said. “Please be mindful of signage and crews working in the area as you travel through the city of Woodstock.”
The 2020 Resurfacing Project bid was awarded to C.W. Matthews in May. The $2.99 million project is being paid for out of Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) funds and Georgia Department of Transportation Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funds.