Here are some images of public work and projects undertaken by the
Town of Panton:
Road work summer 2010
Repairs to the ditch on the north side of Panton Flats.
Road Foreman, Rick Cloutier, reports that the ditch had eroded to a depth of 10'!
Repairs to the ditch on the north side of Panton Flats well underway.
The project used over 70 truck loads of stone and involved 1,700' of ditch.
Ditching along Arnold Bay Road
Hole in road on Lake Street.
Repairs underway on Lake Street.
Ditch repair Allen Road, spring, 2010.
The existing ditch was above the road.
Ditch at the proper grade.
Repairs to culvert on Stove Pipe City Road, spring, 2010.
Existing culvert was quite rotted out.
New poly culvert being installed.
New poly culvert on completion.
A section of Lake Street, Allen side, extremely damaged pavement was removed in May 2010.
Panton's crack sealer equipment being prepared for use.
Flooding on Hopkins Road in January 2010.
The thaw and rain storm in January 2010 kept our Road Foreman, Rick Cloutier, on duty as Hopkins Road flooded when the culvert proved inadequate for the flow. Rick says the flood abated after about 6 hours.
Repairs north and south of Fisher Lane, off Hopkins Road, spring 2010 after the flooding.
Ditch north of Fisher Lane as flooding subsides.
Residents driveway after temporary repairs by homeowner after flooding.
Existing ditch, south of Fisher Lane off Hopkins Road, in March 2010
Ditch repair, south of Fisher Lane off Hopkins Road, upon completion in May 2010.
Trimming roadside brush winter 2009/2010.
Road Repairs on Panton Road in 2009
The initial problem was the road slumping. Road Foreman, Rick Cloutier, reports that the cause, which came to light during excavation, turned out to be water which was trapped and running in the road bed. A modern base was added with drains to the ditch and the road repaired.