The plan includes a slurry seal of a number of residential streets, designed to prevent moisture penetration and extend the life of the pavement. A few residential streets that have had a lot of patching already will be milled and get a new asphalt overlay. Three arterial or collector streets also will get a mill and overlay.
For a full story detailing how the city isn’t able to work on as many streets as it did a few years ago because of the rising costs of materials, see Monday’s Hutchinson News.
In the meantime, see if you street is scheduled for cosmetic surgery on this map of the 2013_Hutchinson_Street_Maintenance Plan.