The application of chip seal is comparable to using a layer of wax to protect one’s car from harsh elements that can rust the car’s exterior. For this reason, chip seal is applied to roads with asphalt pavement surfaces throughout their life cycle and is one of the most cost-effective ways to extend the life of a road.
KCRC's multi-year, gravel-to-pavement construction project on 16 mile road, from Pine Lake Avenue to Harvard Avenue, readies for completion in October. This is thanks in large part to the collaborative effort among the townships of Courtland, Oakfield, Nelson and Spencer.
Please note that if signs, or their placement, do not adhere to KCRC’s Political Election Signs in the Right-of-Way policy, the signs will be removed and stored at one of KCRC’s four complexes.
Courtland, Oakfield, Nelson and Spencer townships collaborated with the Kent County Road Commission to transform three miles of gravel road to pavement.
KCRC permits the placement of posters/signs advertising one’s candidacy within county right-of-way with certain restrictions and in accordance with KCRC's Political Election Signs policy