The ongoing saga of the resolution to the failure of the recently applied road material on Seneca Rd. appears to be heading for a conclusion as Commissioners approved a plan Thursday by the contractor to fix the entire road beginning next week.
Tyler County Commissioner Martin Nash, who has been working for months on making the contractor fix the failure of the road, sent them a letter last week giving them 10 days to respond with a solution. The letter appears to have been successful, with work planned to begin next week when temperatures warm up again.
The plan is to complete a one-mile section of the road and then watch it for a couple of weeks to be sure it holds up under traffic before completely reworking the entire six plus miles of road.