By Betty Gandee
With it being the only access road during the flood of 2016 due to Rt. 4 being inaccessible, all the heavy traffic didn’t help these conditions. In 2017, Camp Creek bridge was replaced and this road was used for equipment moving and getting necessary supplies to the bridge for construction. This pushed the repairs back further.
BBR Drilling out of Belmont, Ohio specializes in caissons and retaining walls and will be working on this area of Camp Creek for the next coming months. Starting July 16, Camp Creek Road will be inaccessible to the general public from 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. daily. The Foreman stated that the reasoning for this was due to the road being narrow and the drilling equipment being too large for cars to pass safely. He wants to reassure the public that special allowances would be made for EMT, fire, and emergency response vehicles. They will have access at any time to respond to emergencies in the area.
BBR has been in business since 1998, and say that this job should take approximately two months to complete. They will be removing all old steel beams and constructing the new retaining wall, as well…