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2019 Street Rehab Project

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Nov 04

Update for week of 11/4

Posted on November 4, 2019 at 9:17 AM by John Guccione

(PROJECT LOCATIONS LISTED BY ALPHA)

Berkeley Court:  
ACTIVE  95% complete 

The remaining surface paving is planned for Tuesday or Wednesday of this week, (as permitted by weather and contractor availability (Peter Baker)). 

Birchwood Ave:   ACTIVE 98% complete 
Restoration has been completed. Punch list items remain.

Castlewood, Cranshire, Chatham, Peartree & Village Green: 100% complete

Restoration has been completed. Punch list items remain.

Meadow Lane: ACTIVE  98% complete 

Restoration has been completed. Punch list items remain.

Rosemary Terrace: 
ACTIVE 98% complete 
Any remaining parkway restoration to be completed this week. Placement of permanent pavement marking is planned for 1-2 weeks near Rosemary and Deerfield Road.

Warrington ACTIVE 95% complete 
On Tuesday or Wednesday,  the contractor will place reflective crack-control fabric prior to placing the final layer of hot mix asphalt (which is also planned for Tues or Wed). This will require the temporary closure of Warrington from Warwick to Kingston Terrace  (while the material is being placed between 9 a.m. & 11 a.m.). Only local Traffic will be permitted on the fabric, all other should select an alternative route. An additional notice will be sent once a date is confirmed.

REFLECTIVE-CRACK-CONTROL

Wilmot Road (Greenwood to North Ave) ACTIVE  95% complete 

Any remaining parkway restoration to be completed this week. Placement of permanent pavement marking is planned for 1-2 weeks 

Woodland SubdivisionHawthorne, Oakwood, Woodbine & Woodland ACTIVE 85% complete 
This week the contractor will perform subsurface patching to repair failures in the pavement (prior to resurfacing). The contractor will also lower frames and lids to underground utilities in preparation for pavement resurfacing.  Paving of the first layer of asphalt is planned to begin this Wednesday (through the end of the week).
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fresh-oil

Please be aware that signs stating “Fresh Oil” may be observed throughout the time period when asphalt paving will occur. The use of fresh oil helps different layers of asphalt to adhere to one another providing a longer lasting final product. Residents should be mindful of driving through fresh oil. If a detour is not in place and motorists must drive through fresh oil, please drive slowly. Driving at higher speeds through fresh oil may cause the material to adhere to the undercarriage and/or fenders of the car, which can be difficult and costly to remove.