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Removed asphalt gets new life

Roswell city officials and others visited Stiles Field in west Roswell Wednesday afternoon to get a first-hand look at the work being done on the parking lot there. City crews are using removed pavement from the current resurfacing project on Union Avenue to improve the Stiles Field parking lot. Some 1,600 tons of millings have been delivered to the parking lot and are being graded and compacted across the surface of the lot, which has been primarily dirt until now. Later, application of an asphalt emulsion (a specialized liquid) will complete the resurfacing process. Pictured, from left, are director of special services Mike Mathews, director of administrative services Elizabeth Stark-Rankins, Mayor Dennis Kintigh, city engineer Louis Najar, City Councilor Juan Oropesa, James Edwards, a board member of the local youth football league that plays at Stiles Field, finance director Monica Garcia and motor-grader operator Juan De La Cerda. (Submitted Photo)

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