Road work continues throughout Herkimer County after the Halloween floods, and crews have now started to repair Dairy Hill Road in the town Salisbury.
ALX Hunger Excavation began working on the road, also known as County Route 36, on Thursday, Nov. 14. The paving is expected to be completed by Nov. 28. The road will be closed while the work is completed.
In order to ensure quick completion of the project, ALX Hunter Excavation is using two separate contractor/quarries at the same time for materials, one on each end of Dairy Hill Road.
Emergency repair work has begun on the seriously-damaged Dairy Hill Road (County Route 36) in the Town of Salisbury.
ALX Hunter Excavation, of Little Falls, began work on the road on November 14, with paving to be completed by Thanksgiving. In order to ensure quick completion of the project, ALX Hunter Excavation is using two separate contractor/quarries at the same time for materials, one on each end of Dairy Hill Road.
The following road closures are still in effect:
- Farrington Road Bridge
- Wilson Road (Town of Frankfort)
- Hilltop Bridge (Village of Frankfort)
- Osborne Hill Road
- Saltsman Road
- Stanley Road – closed for winter
- Gray-Wilmurt Road in Hamlet of Gray – bridge closed until further notice
- Jones Road / Atwood Lake Road culvert at Four Mile Brook
- Unclemier Road – closed for winter
- Dairy Hill Road between Military Road and Tucker Road
- Bingham Mills Road – Shaver Road detour on upper portion
- Hopson Road near NY Route 29 – bridge damage, closed until further notice
- Bull Road
- Bush Road between Shortlots Road and Mowers Road – two lanes open, expect delays due to road work