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Legislator Rath announces plans to repair Shisler Road in the Town of Clarence


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kosteckr - Posted on 25 October 2018

According to the Department of Public Works, the Erie county plans to strip pave Shisler Road in the coming days and will perform a full mill and overlay on the road in Spring of 2019. Recently, Legislator Rath joined residents to survey damage on Shisler Road and sent a letter to the county administration expressing concern over its need for immediate repairs.  

“This will provide much-needed short term relief to residents and those who travel Shisler Road,” said Legislator Rath. “When I visited the road a few weeks ago, it was in terrible condition and had potholes and cracks dangerous to drivers and pedestrians. While strip-paving will be a temporary fix to get us through the winter months, I am pleased to learn DPW has made Shisler Road a top priority early in 2019. The residents demanded action this year and I thank the Erie County Department of Public Works for their attention to these critical road repairs. I’m also looking forward to completed project and will continue to advocate for safer roads throughout my district.”

Information on Legislator Rath’s recent tour of Shisler Road and a copy of the letter sent to the administration can be viewed here.