- July 7th Update
The contractor has continued to remove pavement along Maple St. up to Walnut St. and at the Oak St. intersection. They will continue to install pipes and structures along Maple St. and work their way toward the Chestnut St. intersection. Here are some photos of their progress.
- July 2nd Update
The contractor is currently working at the Maple and Oak St. intersection. They will continue to work moving north along Maple St. Here are some photos of their work.
- June 24th Update
The contractor has begun work on Monroe St. and at the Monroe and Maple intersection. They will be working to remove the street pavement for pipe installation. As construction in this area progresses they will work their way north along Monroe St. removing more pavement for pipe installation.
- June 19th Update
As the contractor continues their work on Franklin St, they prepare for beginning work on Monroe St. and Maple St. The work on Monroe and Maple is expected to begin on Tuesday, June 23rd and continue for the following two weeks. Please see the map below for the anticipated construction work areas.
- June 17th Update
The contractor is continuing work for the Franklin St. outlet. They have placed riprap at the end of the outlet and will continue to work their way to the crossing of Franklin St. Check out the photos of their progress below.
- June 15th Update
The contractor is working on Franklin St. and the south end of Jackson St. and Detroit St. They have removed stumps and are excavating for pipe placement. Franklin St. will be closed for pavement removal and excavation. Only emergency vehicles and local traffic will be allowed to pass as needed. See photos below for progress on construction.
- June 10th Update
The contractor is finishing pipe work along Howard St. and Chestnut St. On June 11th the contractor will begin pipe work on Franklin St. and the south ends of Detroit St. and Jackson St. This includes pavement removal on Franklin St. Only emergency vehicles and local residents will be allowed to pass through as necessary. The contractor will continue to work on grading along Chestnut St and Howard St. during this time. See pictures below for the contractors progress.