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Posted on: June 10, 2019

TRAFFIC ALERT: Pleasant Street, Thursday June 13

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On Thursday, June 13, milling operations will close, and detour a portion of Pleasant Street from Park to High Street.  Park Street to High Street will be closed and detoured for half the day, and a portion from High Street to Center Street will be closed and detoured for the other half  There will be no parking for the day. Local traffic will be given access during the closure.

This project is from the 2017 Paving Program. The contractor is Glidden Excavation and Paving. The street is receiving  new sidewalk, new ADA ramps and will be milled and paved. The street will only be closed for the milling operations and paving operation (date to be determined). We will keep you posted on any new developments for this project. 

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