TABLE X: HIGHWAY IMPROVEMENTS
 
ORD. NO.
DATE
DESCRIPTION
1985-29
8-5-85
State Route 138 (Danville Road), beginning at the city's most westerly corporation line on Danville Road to the junction of Oak Street.
1986-6
4-7-86
State Route 73 (North West Street/Collins Avenue) beginning at the north west corporation limits of the city to the junction of U.S. Route 62.
1986-7
4-7-86
State Route 124 (Main Street) beginning at the junction of U.S. Route 50 East to the most easterly corporation limit of the city.
Res. 86-25
11-3-86
State Route 124 from the intersection of U.S. Route 50 East to 0.69 mile west of County Road 27, total length of work being approximately 0.50 mile.
1987-19
7-6-87
U.S. Route 62 (High Street) at the intersection with State Route 73 West to the north corporation line, a distance of 2.19 miles more or less.
Res. 87-22
10-5-87
State Route 73, beginning at the north west corporation limit to junction of U.S. Route 62, total length of work being approximately 0.89 miles.
Res. 87-24
10-5-87
The upgrading of the traffic signal on U.S. Route 62, at the intersection of North High Street (Harry Sauner Road) and Highland Plaza Center in the city, total length of work being approximately 0.175 miles.
1988-6
3-7-88
Replacing existing structure No. 3601234 over Moberly Branch on U.S. Route No. 62 (High Street), which is narrow and deficient, with a new structure and all necessary approach work.
1988-14
6-6-88
U.S. Route 62 (High St.) at the south corporation line of the city to the north corporation line, a distance of 3.29 miles.
1988-23
9-12-88
Upgrading the existing guardrail by replacing Type 5 guardrail within the city limits on West Street (State Route 73) for approximately 0.06 of a mile, more or less.
Res. 88-28
11-7-88
The upgrading of the existing guardrail on State Route 73 (West Street), for approximately 0.06 of a mile, lying within the city.
Res. 90-19
5-7-90
State Route 124 (Willettsville Pike) beginning at the city's northwest corporation line, east to the junction of U.S. Route 50.
Res. 90-30
6-4-90
U.S. Route 62 (High Street) beginning at the city's south corporation line, to the north corporation line within the city.
Res. 92-19
11-2-92
Replace Moberley's Bridge on N. High Street (U.S. Rt. 62, north).
1992-25
12-7-92
Main Street (USR 50).
1994-12
5-2-94
Replace and upgrade traffic lights on U.S. Routes 62 and 50 and State Route 73.
Res. 96-7
2-5-96
Replacement and upgrade of traffic signals in the city.
1996-12
8-9-96
Resurfacing St. Rt. 124 East in the city by O.D.O.T.
1997-7
2-3-97
Repaving St. Rt. 138 within the city.
1999-3
2-1-99
Maintaining and preserving pavement on a section of State Route No. 138.
1999-4
2-1-99
Maintaining and preserving pavement on a section of State Route No. 50.
1999-5
2-1-99
Maintaining and preserving pavement on a section of State Route No. 62.
2000-16
11-6-00
Improving a portion of State Route 138 on Danville Pike and South Streets.
Res. 01-7
2-5-01
Improving a portion of State Route 138 on Danville Pike and South Streets.
Res. 06-39
7-10-06
Improving State Route 124 for the length approximately 0.03 miles.
Res. 09-10
2-9-09
Resurfacing portions of State Routes 73, 124, and 138.
Res. 09-25
4-13-09
Urban paving of 1.16 miles of State Route 73, 0.47 miles of State Route 138, and 0.19 miles of State Route 247.
Res. 10-7
3-8-10
Giving consent to resurface portions of S.R. 73, S.R. 247, and S.R. 785. The S.R. 73 portion is within the corporation limits of the city, beginning at its intersection with S.R. 247 and terminating at the corporation limit.
Res. 10-17
5-10-10
Authorizing the Mayot to prepare and submit an application for FY 2010 CDBG Formula Funds for roadway improvements to Beech Street from East Street to Bell Street.
Res. 10-11
4-12-10
Approving two-lane resurfacing of 0.66 miles of S.R. 73. 6.34 miles of S.R. 247, and 3.60 miles of S.R. 785, lying within the city.
Res. 13-12
5-13-13
Giving consent to resurface the highway with asphalt concrete on S.R. 124, beginning at the Clinton County line and terminating at Hillsboro, with a small portion within the city corporate limits.