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Jul 18

Construction Update for Week of July 18

Posted on July 18, 2022 at 3:40 PM by John Guccione

Paving is scheduled for later this week at various locations:

Charing Cross:  Restoration of parkway is put on hold, awaiting cooler temperatures for sod. The final lift of asphalt will be placed in 1-2 weeks.

Gordon Terrace & Plum Tree:    Restoration of parkway is put on hold, awaiting cooler temperatures for sod.  The final lift of asphalt will be placed in 1-2 weeks.

Longfellow, Hermitage, Byron, Whittier and Kipling:  The first lift of asphalt will be paved on Friday, July 22nd . In preparation of paving, the contractor will place fresh oil on the pavement area. See the bottom of this weeks update for more info on fresh oil. An additional physical notice will be hand delivered to residents this week, which will provide more details relative to paving.  

Kind Richards Court:  Pavement patching is completed on King Richards.  The contractor will return on Tuesday to sweep and clean the roadway once more.

Montgomery Rd:  The first lift of asphalt will be paved on Friday, July 22nd .In preparation of paving, the contractor will place fresh oil on the pavement area.  See the bottom of this weeks update for more info on fresh oil.    An additional physical notice will be hand delivered to residents this week, which will provide more details relative to paving. 

Rosewood Ave:    The first lift of asphalt will be paved on Thursday, July 21st .  An additional physical notice will be hand delivered to residents this week, which will provide more details relative to paving.  

Price Lane:   The first lift of asphalt will be paved on Thursday, July 21st .  An additional physical notice will be hand delivered to residents this week, which will provide more details relative to paving.   

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 and use adjacent routes if possible. If 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.