There are no projects in Calhoun County funded directly from the Road Bond Levy passed by WV voters, according to J. Rusty Roten, District Engineer/Manager, WVDOT, Division of Highways.

Roten said the road bond was for large projects such as US 33, Scott Miller Hill in Roane County,the WV 2 Widening in Wood and other major projects.

Funded projects for Calhoun 2018:

Stinson Road Resurfacing - CR 17, Milepost 0.00 to 1.55

Back Fork Resurfacing - CR 4, Milepost 7.04 to 9.01

Milo Road Resurfacing - CR 13, Milepost 0.00 to 2.56

Little White Oak Resurfacing - CR 15/2, Milepost 4.12 to 5.54

Russet Road Resurfacing, CR 7, Milepost 1.73 to 5.23

Arnoldsburg Rd Slip Repair - US 33, Milepost 6.34

Projects #1 through #4 are DMV Fee projects pay by revenues generated from the increase in DMV Fees, luxury taxes, gas tax, etc. Project #5 is a state funded paving project from the yearly paving program fund.

Project #6 is a state funded slip repair project from the yearly slip repair fund.

The Back Fork and Milo Road projects are likely completed.

The Stinson Road resurfacing started this week.

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