Sacramento, CA — $4.9-million has been allocated by the California Transportation Commission to repair 38-miles of highway in Calaveras County.
The agency reports that money will go towards repairing Highway 4 from the Calaveras/Stanislaus County line to the intersection of Highway 49 near Angels Camp. The project is one of 142, statewide, that will receive a portion of $325-million allocated.
In Tuolumne County, $332,000 was awarded to clean up soil and groundwater at the Old Sonora Maintenance Station on Highway 108. There has been a problem with petroleum contaminating the soil.
In Amador County, $13,450,000 will help repair 31 miles of Highway 88 from Peddler Hill to west of Tragedy Springs Road.