Dillon rec path work finishes early | SummitDaily.com

Dillon rec path work finishes early

Daily News staff report

The recreation path improvement project in Dillon has wrapped up a week early and the new smooth surface is ready for use.Columbine Hills Concrete finished the approximately $100,000 project Friday, June 17, after two weeks’ worth of work laying a new two-inch surface.The project improved cracks and took care of some vegetation that was sprouting up along the path from Robert’s Tunnel Road to the east entrance of Dillon at Eagle Pocket Park.The project was guaranteed to be finished by June 24, although town engineer Dan Burroughs says he often plans for an extra week in case bad weather stalls progress.This year’s work picked up where a project last year left off.For the next three years, the town has budgeted $50,000 per year to improve parts of the path along the reservoir and the Dillon Dam Road.

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