The Oswego approved Tuesday night to go out to bid for the village’s 2012 road resurfacing projects.
After receiving a $1 million grant from the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Development, the village plans to repave all or parts of 19 village roads, along with the resurfacing of Wolf Road from Route 71 to Route 30.
The Wolf Road project alone has been estimated at $1 million. According to village documents, Oswego Township officials have agreed to pay 34.5 percent of the cost, as the road runs through part of the township's jurisdiction.
Roads may be added to this year's crop if bid prices come in lower than expected.
The following is a list of roads proposed for resurfacing this year:
- Chesterfield Drive
- Cinderford Drive
- Cinderford Court
- Landshire Court
- Preswick Court
- Tewksbury Circle
- Tewksbury Court
- Thornbury Drive
- Thornbury Court
- Lombardy Lane
- Longford Court
- Nottingham Drive
- Nottingham Court
- Old Post Road from Old Post School to Douglas Road
- Pfund Court from Route 34 to Dead End
- Adams Street from Route 34 and Van Buren
- Hawthorn Court