From the Roadway Manager
May 10, 2018
The following items were discussed in tonight’s PRRMA meeting:
Road Repair for the Summer of 2018:
- The Fairway Pines sub has several roads that fall below the acceptable average of the PASER rating (Pavement Surface Evaluation and Rating – industry standard for road evaluation). Fairways and Pheasant View’s roads on the whole are above that average
- The Board decided to hold off on repair of these areas within Fairway Pines with the anticipation that a larger project covering all three subs will take place in the summer of 2019
- The Board did agree to repair the apron on Summit Parkway for the Links of Pheasant Run. The estimated cost is between $30-$35K
Diseased Trees on Summit Parkway & Glengarry Blvd.:
- Quotes will be collected to remove the trees that are determined to be diseased beyond recovery
- Because there are areas of over planting on both roads, it will later be determined if the removed trees will be replaced
Potholes and pavement cracking:
- Quotes will be collected from contractors to perform pothole patching and crack sealing. The intent is to place this contractor on retainer at an established time & materials rate
- PRRMA awaits Wayne County’s response to PV’s request to place a stop light at Crowndale Blvd. and Beck
- Spring street cleaning will soon be scheduled for all three subs
Pheasant Run Roadway Maintenance
Pheasant Run Roadway
Maintenance Association, Inc. (PRRMA) incorporates three subdivisions and
Canton Township. They are Pheasant View at Pheasant Run, Fairways at
Pheasant Run, and Fairway Pines at Pheasant Run. The PRRMA Board of
directors incorporates a representative from each subdivision and two
persons from Canton Township; a five person board.
The purpose of PRRMA is to
enforce and administrate The Reciprocal Roadway Maintenance Agreement which
specifies for each entity the maintenance and repairs of our roads and
infrastructure systems. The Reciprocal Roadway Maintenance Agreement
directly affects the entire roadway within our three (3) subdivisions and
also includes Summit Parkway and Glengarry Boulevard.
A portion of the annual
assessment we pay each year goes directly to PRRMA. A percentage is placed
into a reserve fund which is held by PRRMA for anticipated future expenses,
for the maintenance and repairs of our roads. A majority of this money is
invested in secure deposits with the intention to increase the amount of
cash on hand and to reduce the amount needed from each contributing entity.
PRRMA has its own web site at:
http://www.prrma.org All of the financials, meeting minutes,
contact information and governing documents can now be found at that site.
To find out who is responsible for what (sidewalks, driveways, streets), see
the the responsibility matrix (.pdf).