Knollwood Rd. tops upgrade list for town

By 
JOE POIRIER
Ozaukee Press Staff

The Saukville Town Board plans to fix Knollwood Road this year.

“That road is on top of the list. It’s a long-terminal roadway, and it’s in bad shape,” Town Chairman Kevin Kimmes said when the board met Tuesday, May 25.

“It seems to be the road that gets the most complaints from residents.”

Kimmes said the town will likely contract with Ozaukee County for the upgrades, and the project may take two years to complete due to expenditure limits for town road improvements.

“We are just getting into the budget-making process in October, so we will have a better understanding of where our budget sits at that time,” he said.

“We want to stick within the prescribed budget from last year.”

Kimmes said the town spends about $70,000 per year for road improvements. Including plowing, mowing and other maintenance, the town spends about $200,000 per year on its roads. 

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