Rochester Hills City Council to Discuss Tienken Road Project Funding

The Rochester Hills City Council is expected to discuss funding for an upcoming project on Tienken Road at its next meeting Monday, April 20. Digital First Media file photo

The Rochester Hills City Council is expected to discuss funding for an upcoming project on Tienken Road at its next meeting Monday, April 20. Digital First Media file photo

Paul Kampe, The Oakland Press

The Rochester Hills City Council is expected to discuss advancing nearly $4 million to the Road Commission for Oakland County for repairs along Tienken Road on Monday, April 20.

City leaders are hoping to address the road’s poor condition in a stretch between Adams and Livernois roads as soon as possible, according to documents available on the city’s website.

The money would be repaid to the city through a cost participation agreement with the road commission.

Tienken Road is expected be resurfaced between Adams and Livernois. The $6.1 million project will also include the replacement of concrete curbs and gutters, drainage improvements and the installation of a traffic signal at the intersection of Tienken Road, Grandview Drive and Brookwood Lane.

The project is expected to begin in mid-June and be completed by mid-November.

Read more of this story on The Oakland Press.

 

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