Community Include

Street Improvements

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2016

Elmsmere Drive (Whitegate to West Cul-De Sac)

This segment of Elmsmere Drive is an asphalt road in poor condition. This roadway pavement will be removed and replaced with a new asphalt surface.

Rayson Street (N. Center Street to Horton Avenue)

This asphalt roadway will be removed and replaced with a new asphalt surface. This project will include water main replacement between Grace Street and Hutton Street. It will also include the replacement of concrete curb and gutter on this roadway along with spot repairs to sidewalk.

Horton Avenue (Lake Street to Rayson Street)

This asphalt roadway will be removed and replaced with a new asphalt surface and concrete curb and gutter. Work will also include spot repairs to sidewalk along this segment of roadway.

Walnut Street (East Street to N. Center Street)

This asphalt roadway will be removed and replaced with a new asphalt surface. This project will include replacing the existing 4” water main with a new 8” water main. It will also include the replacement of water services, replacement of concrete curb and gutter, and, as part of this project, there will be spot repairs made to sidewalk.

S. Wing Street (W. Cady Street to 7-Mile Road)

This asphalt roadway will be removed and replaces with a new asphalt surface. This project will include replacing an existing 4” water main with a new 8” water main. It will also include the replacement of water services, replacement of concrete curb and gutter, and, as part of this project there will be spot repairs made to sidewalk.

It is expected that a contract for the above projects will be awarded in June, 2016 with work starting in July. Project completion of all five streets is expected in September, 2016.

 

 

 


 
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