And the city must construct a wall along the hillside to stabilize the ground below the road, Stanley said.
“A huge portion of (the cost) is in the wall,” Stanley said. “The rest of it's in the drainage and the road” work.
City estimates indicate the “roadway reconstruction” work accounting for
Because of the extent of the work needed, the road between
Weather permitting, work is likely to begin in March on fortifying the ground and hillside, according to Stanley.
That will involve installing three sections of wall, he said. They will include 70, 30-inch diameter concrete reinforced drilled piers at a depth of 25 feet and 140, 36-inch diameter concrete drilled plug walls at a depth of 11 feet.
After the hillside is stable, phase II of the project will include fixing the road itself, Stanley said. That work will involve reconstructing both lanes, and storm drainage work on Lower Miamisburg's north side.
The city approved emergency legislation last week to fund the cost of the project with a
The legislation indicates Miamisburg Finance Director
The 10-year loan has a 3 percent interest rate and does not require payments until the third year, according to a memo from Johns. Semi-annual payments would begin in
The county TID applied for the loan on the city's behalf from the
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