LITCHFIELD — The town is planning to resurface almost five miles of roads this summer.

Some $360,000 is in the town’s paving budget, and Town Manager Michael Byron said Pike Industries Inc., based in Westbrook, submitted the lowest of six bids at $69.90 per laid ton.

Bids were opened last week.

Byron said Thursday that the asphalt will be put down on 3.2 miles of Huntington Hill Road, 1.6 miles on Buker Road, and some 510 feet of Dead River Road, where repairs were done last year by the public works crews.

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