Friday, July 1, 2016

Work on Remaining Street to be Resurfaced to Begin

Work Completed Last week, June 27th to July 1st  
·         Kiess Drive
o   No significant work completed
o   General Site Clean-Up
·         Depot Street (North of Prairie Street), Phase II
o   Asphalt patching behind new curb & gutter
o   Opened parking stalls to commuter and resident parking

Work anticipated to be completed Next week, July 4th to July 8th
·         All project sites
o   General site clean-up
o   Landscape restorations with either topsoil and seed or sod.
·         Storm sewer improvements along Meadow Lane
·         Streets to have existing pavement surface removed
o   Executive Lane: Imperial Drive to Longmeadow Drive
o   Imperial Drive: Executive Lane to Executive Lane
o   Longmeadow Drive: Thornwood Avenue to North End

Work anticipated to be completed week of July 11th
·         Depot Street
o   Removal of existing asphalt surface
o   Perform necessary repairs to ensure stable base materials
o   Grade existing base in preparation for asphalt pavement
o   Paving of asphalt pavement
·         Asphalt surface to be paved:
o   Executive Lane: Imperial Drive to Longmeadow Drive
o   Imperial Drive: Executive Lane to Executive Lane
o   Longmeadow Drive: Thornwood Avenue to North End
·         Asphalt surface to be removed and replaced:
o   Primrose Lane
o   Elmwood Avenue
o   Queens Lane
o   Meadow Lane
o   Henley Street Alley
o   Canterbury Lane

Landscape restorations are anticipated to be completed along the roadways that were previously resurfaced. In areas with minimal restoration or areas where the concrete curb & gutter was replaced, the landscape restoration will be completed with topsoil and seed. In areas where underground utility improvements were made, the landscape restoration will be performed with topsoil and sod.

Commuters may have limited access to the parking stalls along this section of Depot from July 11 through July 13.  During that period, both resident and non-resident and commuter parking permit holders will be allowed to park in any available spots (that is, all permit holders will be able to park wherever they can find a spot and not get ticketed). 

Commuters will not be allowed to park on the neighboring streets.

It would be appreciated if you limit the number of trips along Depot Street to help facilitate construction and provide a better final product. Once the asphalt is rolled for the final time, vehicles can be driven on the new asphalt surface.

The work is dependent on favorable weather conditions, and will be postponed to the next favorable day if rain is in the forecast. We will keep you posted if the schedule changes.

The contractor will not be on-site over the July 4th Holiday. Have a safe and enjoyable Holiday Weekend!!!