BCCD recognizes outstanding roadwork

BCCD recognizes outstanding roadworkPictured, from left, are Mark Wheaton (Supervisor), William Franklin (Supervisor), Joe Vrabel (Road Foreman), Fred Wheaton (Supervisor), and Dan Abell (contracted to place road fill). Missing from the photo is Janice Young (Secretary). Provided photo.

Each year the Bradford County Conservation District (BCCD) recognizes a Dirt, Gravel, and Low Volume Road Program participant that stands out above the rest. This year’s Outstanding Project of the Year goes to Warren Township for an exceptional overall project on Coburn Hill Road. 

In a press release from BCCD, they wrote, “The road crew, office staff, and supervisors all have a can-do attitude, are easy to work with, work quickly and consistently, and take great pride in their work.” 

They thanked Warren Township for all their hard work and dedication to their roads and all they do to improve the DGLVR Program, the environment, and the community. 

BCCD Dirt and Gravel Road Program funds have purchased two road signs that mark the ends of this Outstanding Project of the Year, so take a ride through the Game Lands and check out their great work.

For more information about the Outstanding Project of the Year, other awards, and what’s going on at the BCCD, www.bccdpa.com. 

Be the first to comment on "BCCD recognizes outstanding roadwork"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


*