Holding a new road sign to mark their Outstanding Low Volume Road Project are (above, from left) are Warren Township supervisor Mark Wheaton and William Franklin, road foreman Joe Vrabel, supervisor Fred Wheaton (Supervisor), contractor Dan Abell.
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.
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. Thanks to 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 please visit our web page at www.bccdpa.com and check out our Facebook page.