LMIG resurfacing in McDonough headlined by Racetrack Road

The city of McDonough has approved their project list for the 2020 local maintenance improvement grant. The list is headlined by resurfacing the city's portion of Racetrack Road. LMIG funding is distributed by Georgia DOT to local counties and cities for use on roadway projects. In 2020, the city will receive $270,712.10 in grant funding.... Continue Reading →

Henry County approves 2020 LMIG application

A majority of LMIG funding is directed towards road resurfacing. (Georgia DOT photo) Georgia DOT’s local maintenance & improvement grant (LMIG) program provides state grant funding to local counties and cities for use in roadway projects. Funding amounts are based on a local government’s population and maintained road mileage. In 2020, unincorporated Henry County is... Continue Reading →

Stockbridge awards 2019 road resurfacing

The city of Stockbridge has approved construction for their 2019 LMIG package. Counties and cities throughout Georgia receive annual Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funding from Georgia DOT for use in roadway resurfacing projects. The city awarded a bid worth $1,322,458.32 to Stewart Brothers, Inc. of Doraville, GA in October. The contract will be funded using... Continue Reading →

McDonough approves LMIG road resurfacing

The city of McDonough approved its 2019 road resurfacing package during last week's meeting. A total of fifteen streets will be resurfaced. Onsite Paving of McDonough, GA was the lowest bidder at $598,755.00. The project will be funded through a combination of LMIG dollars ($242,978.17) and SPLOST IV dollars ($355,776.83). The streets to be resurfaced... Continue Reading →

Henry County approves 12 miles of road resurfacing

The Henry County Board of Commissioners approved the 2019 package of roadway resurfacing on Tuesday morning. Approximately twelve miles of roadway, consisting of fourteen roadways, will be resurfaced using Local Maintenance Improvement Grant funds received from Georgia DOT. Two vendors responded to the bid package, with the lowest bid awarded to CW Matthews Contracting of... Continue Reading →

Henry County submits 2019 LMIG application

The Henry County Board of Commissioners approved the county's 2019 application for the local maintenance improvement grant. The LMIG program is administered by Georgia DOT and provides state funding on an annual basis to local governments for road maintenance projects. State dollars are distributed based on population and road mileage. Henry County will receive $2,149,354.54... Continue Reading →

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