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More Columbia County road closures

Posted: July 26, 2013 - 4:03pm

Several Columbia County roads will be narrowed or closed for construction.

One lane of Gibbs Road between Battery Drive and Bedford Drive in Evans will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, according to information released by Columbia County Traffic Operations Analyst Bobby Cato.

The lane will shift from one lane to another during the closure, which is several hundred feet long. Flaggers will direct traffic.

The closure is for paving associated with the widening of Gibbs and Hereford Farm roads.

Biltmore Drive in Martinez will be closed for about 30 days beginning at 8 a.m. Saturday. The road will be closed to through traffic between Colonial and Plantation roads, according to Cato.

The closure is for repairs and installation of stormwater infrastructure on Biltmore that was damaged by recent flooding.

Dresden Drive in Sedgefield subdivision will be closed between Columbia Road and Shallowford Place will remain closed to through traffic until Aug. 2 or until further notice, according to Cato.

The closure is to allow for repair to and installation of stormwater infrastructure.

Wood Creek Drive between Columbia Road and Dunwoody Road also will remain closed until Aug. 2 for stormwater repairs.

Part of a right turn lane on Washington Road at Scott’s Ferry Road and Clarks Hill Road will be closed beginning at 9 a.m. Monday through 4 p.m. Wednesday. Westbound traffic approaching Pollard’s Corner will only be able to use about half of the 500-foot turn lane, according to Cato.

The temporary closure is for grading and alignment work associated with the paving and realignment of Rosemont Lane.

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Washington Rd closes down each and every afternoon. Bumper to

bumper from Wally World to William Few. Louisville Rd at I-20 and William Few closes down.


But we have a "suicide lane" from William Few to Kiokee Creek???

What does someone know? Washington Rd way beyond Publix and Windmill Plantation. Is this the location of the next set of "low cost" rental units? Do we now know why property addresses are no longer necessary for property transfers?

Something is in the wind near Windmill Plantation? And it has a noxious odor. Not the gas pipe line? Not the pond dam at risk of failure?