Tallmadge Road could be getting a face-lift soon.
That is, if Cuyahoga Falls City Council gives the go-ahead.
The Akron Beacon Journal reported that, on Monday, council will consider resurfacing the road — from Newberry Street to 300 feet south of Clyde Avenue — and most of the $500,000 needed for that will come from an Ohio grant. (About $100,000 should come from the city.)
"Every year when the street resurfacing list came out, I would get calls from residents asking why Tallmadge wasn't on the list," Ward 2 Councilwoman Mary Ellen Pyke said in the Beacon. "With decreases in the general fund, we had to find another way to pay for a half million dollar project."
What do you think? Does Tallmadge Road need some work?
What other roads in the Falls need some attention? Tell us in the comments.