Phase I of the
South 11th Street re-pave has begun, with the removal of 1,300 feet of
sidewalk between the rear entrance of Westchester Intermediate School and
Street Commissioner John Schnadenberg reported at Monday night’s meeting of
the Town Council.
The machinery being
used to remove the old sidewalk is being staged in the northbound lane of
South 11th Street, Schnadenberg noted, and all traffic has been shunted into
the southbound lane, with a flagger on duty.
Best, however, to
avoid South 11th Street if possible.
believes the new sidewalk will be poured sometime next week.
Phase II of the
project will involve the installation of a stormwater drain at the
intersection of South 11th Street and Crab Tree Lane. Then the re-pave
proper will commence, Schnadenberg said.
The project--with a
contract price of $279,542.25--is one of six this season being partially
funded by a 50/50 Community Crossings state infrastructure grant.
Contractor: Rieth-Riley Construction Company.