Archive for Thursday, May 18, 2006

Main Street update

May 18, 2006

Construction of a new bridge over Seven-Mile Creek is slated to begin shortly as part of the Main Street System Enhancement program. Beginning Saturday, once high school graduation ends, the two southbound lanes of Main Street approaching and at the bridge will be closed, and traffic will be converted to a single northbound and southbound lane.

Construction of a new bridge over Seven-Mile Creek is slated to begin shortly as part of the Main Street System Enhancement program. Beginning Saturday, once high school graduation ends, the two southbound lanes of Main Street approaching and at the bridge will be closed, and traffic will be converted to a single northbound and southbound lane.

The long-awaited start of roadwork associated with the Main Street System Enhancement project is set to get under way this weekend.

Workers with Leaven-worth Excavating and Equipment Co. (Lexeco) will begin work, weather permitting, on Saturday to remove the bridge over Seven-Mile Creek. The work will necessitate the closing of the two southbound lanes approaching at at the bridge. Traffic will be converted to a single northbound and southbound lane at the bridge.

Utility relocation will continue in other areas along Main but is not expected to cause lane closings, said Ken Miller, the city's Main Street project liaison.

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