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Update - 7/9/20

Anticipated construction work for the week of July 13 – July 17

Please Note: All work contingent on weather

East Side Streets

  • N. 2nd Ave. – No work at this time
  • Edward Ave. – Landscape restoration, structure adjustments, asphalt surface
  • Fox Glen Dr. – Landscape restoration, asphalt surface
  • King Richard Circle – Landscape restoration
  • Queen Elizabeth Ct. - Landscape restoration
  • Pinelands Rd. - No work at this time

West Side Streets

Update - 7/02/20

Next week the contractor will begin water main replacement.  Notice:  Mailbox bank will be installed and will be utilized beginning Monday, July 6th.  Existing mailboxes will be temporarily bagged/covered to eliminate confusion. 

Update - 6/19/20

Next week the contractor to begin tree and brush removal, as well as tree protection and temporary roadway widening, with water main replacement anticipated to begin the week of June 29th.  Notice:  Mailbox bank will be installed next week and will be utilized beginning June 29th. 

Update - 6/19/20

Anticipated construction work for the week of June 22-26

Please Note: All work contingent on weather

East Side Streets

  • N. 2nd Ave. – No work at this time
  • Edward Ave. – Utility repair work, curb and sidewalk saw cutting, removal, and replacement
  • Fox Glen Dr. – Curb and sidewalk saw cutting, removal, and replacement
  • King Richard Circle – Curb and sidewalk saw cutting, removal, and replacement
  • Queen Elizabeth Ct. - Curb and sidewalk saw cutting, removal, and replacement
  • Pinelands Rd. - No work at this time

West Side Streets

Update - 6/12/20

Anticipated construction work for the week of June 15-19

 

Please Note: All work contingent on weather

  • Landscape restoration
  • Pavement patching
  • Tack coat (fresh oil)
  • Asphalt leveling binder

Asphalt placement will begin Tuesday, June 16 on S. 7th Ave., from E. Main St. to Division St. It is anticipated to take two to three days. Fresh oil will be placed on 7th Ave. early Tuesday morning. Expect delays when driving through this area and be extra careful, flaggers and construction workers will be out.

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