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2012 Spring/Summer Newsletter

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Please click below for the 2012 Spring/Summer Newsletter.

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Summit County adopts Road Use Maintenance Agreement

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Akron, Ohio – On June 4, 2012, Summit County Council passed an Ordinance proposed by the Summit County Executive and Summit County Engineer requiring companies frequently hauling heavy loads over County roads to enter into a “Roadway Use, Repair and Maintenance Agreement” with Summit County. The agreement will protect County roads from damage which leads to costly repairs due to excessive and overweight vehicle use.

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2012 Summer Roadwork

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Please click the link below for the Summit County Engineer's 2012 Road Program.

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2011 Annual Report

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Archbishop Hoban wins top prizes at the 12th Annual Miniature Bridge Building Competition

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Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., Summit County Engineer, hosted the 12th Annual Miniature Bridge Building Competition on February 3rd, 2011 in the Student Union at the University of Akron.  Thirty teams from area high schools built miniature bridges of their own designs, made out of balsa wood and according to strict guidelines.  Archbishop Hoban High School came in first place by constructing a bridge that held 61 pounds.  Firestone High School Team 2 claimed the second spot as well as coming away with the Aesthetics Award. 

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Summit County Engineer and CEAO oppose truck size and weight limit increases

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Akron, Ohio – Summit County Engineer Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S. is urging members of the U.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee to oppose increases in size and weight limits for trucks.  The Congressional committee is scheduled on Thursday, February 2, 2012 to vote on whether or not to allow bigger trucks, up to 97,000 pounds from the current limit of 80,000 pounds for single-trailer trucks and over 100,000 pounds for double- and triple-trailer trucks on American roads.

The County Engineers Association of Ohio (CEAO) has come out in opposition to this proposed size and weight change. Ohio has two members on the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee: Representative Bob Gibbs and Representative Jean Schmidt.

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2012 Winter Newsletter

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Click below to read the latest newsletter from the Summit County Engineer.

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