NOTTINGHAM, MD—In light of reduced traffic levels due to Governor Larry Hogan’s stay-at-home order, Baltimore County will be resurfacing roads from last year’s list that were not completed.
Over the next few weeks, contractors will pave West Pennsylvania Avenue in Towson; Ellis and Stockwell Roads and Red Clover Court in Carney; and Baker Lane and Minte Drive in Perry Hall, according to Councilman David Marks.
These are the final roads from 2019’s list, when the major priority was a two- mile stretch of Joppa Road and other major corridors.
“Please do not complain if your road is not on the list,” said Councilman Marks. “There is a new fiscal year in July and engineers have not surveyed the condition of county roads yet for the new list.”
“I know many of our roads need help, but my focus has been the major corridors first, which is why we obtained funding for routes such as Bosley Avenue, Stevenson Lane, and Chapel, Hines, and Klausmier Roads,” added Marks. “I would like to thank County Executive Olzewski for his support.”