Submitted by Tom Bellmyer

Section of CR 4849 Closed Due to Bridge Damage (Roadway Reopen)

January 7, 2021 - Commissioner Tom Bellmyer reports, despite challenges from the weather, repair to the bridge on CR 4849 has been completed and the roadway is back open. Thank you for your patience during the time it took to make the repairs.


January 4, 2021 - Shelby County Commissioner for Precinct 4 Tom Bellmyer has closed a section of CR 4849 between CR 4861 and CR 4872 due to a truck which has broken down and damaged a bridge on January 5. 

CR 4323 Again Open to Regular Traffic

May 26, 2020 - The water has receded at Risinger Creek and CR 4323 is now open again to regular traffic.


May 25, 2020 - Commissioner Tom Bellmyer announces County Road 4323 at Risinger Creek is currently under water and impassable to car traffic.

Barricades have now been established, and once the roadway clears will be removed and this information updated.

 

Dam Break Causes Flooding on CR 4021; Road is Passable Again

March 6, 2020 - County Road 4021 is open for traffic once again. Currently there are some barricades on the side of the road in the problem area. Travelers are asked to use caution in that area, the road is a little bit rough right now, and is not a full two lanes. Repair is expected for next week.


March 6, 2020 - A portion of CR 4021, two to three miles south of Timpson on SH 87, is closed due to a dam break. A newly established pond located in the woods off CR 4021 had a dam failure, which resulted in the flooding.

Bellmyer Thanks Voters for Support

November 15, 2018 - I would like to thank the voters of Shelby County Pct. 4 that came to the polls on November 6th and supported me in my bid to become your Commissioner.  

I will use my experience in construction and project management to assure the annual budget of tax dollars is spent wisely and problematic road issues within the precinct are identified for repair or upgrade.  While working closely with the maintenance crew to establish priorities for the 203 miles of Precinct 4 roads, assure priority schedules are met, and that lasting repairs are made.

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