Tipp City council OKs road repair plan


TIPP CITY, Ohio (WDTN) – Tipp City leaders are moving forward with a plan to fix a hole in a road.

Acting City manager Brad Vath said the opening in the 300 block of North 4th Street was caused by hydraulic pressure during the major storm and calls it a “failed culvert”, not a sinkhole as had been described.

Monday night, city council members approved the money to fix the problem.

It is going to cost about $318,000.

Eighty percent of that is coming from state money.

The city will pick up the rest.

Work should be complete by the end of November.

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