Earlier this week Gillette City Councilman, Robin Kuntz brought forward a concern raised to him by some Gillette residents about the condition of Westover Road near the Burma Intersection. City staff told the councilman that the condition of the road was being looked at. Director of Utilities, Kendall Glover provided more information.
“I think the concern was the condition of the temporary patch on Westover Road, or Dump Hill, west just west of Burma and you’ll recall that was the open cut trench that was needed in order to finish off the seeming of the board portion of the Madison Pipeline.”---Glover
Glover said all that was available for that patchwork at that time on the asphalt road was concrete so that is what was used.
“And whenever the hot plant opens up we will stand in line with everybody else that’s waiting on asphalt, but hopefully about the middle of May, we will replace all of that concrete temporary patch with asphalt and get it tamped down to where it is basically a finished product.”---Glover
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