Residents in the construction areas are informed that there will be no parking on the roadway and vehicles left on the roadway will be towed at the owner’s expense. Also, all children and pets should be kept away from the roadway during the paving process.
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Anderson Paving resumed the $266,087 project – which started on Jan. 30 – after inclement weather delayed construction. The new road surface for Hall Street will begin at Kaufman Street to 175 Service Road, and from Farmers Road to Shady Lane.
The project was originally awarded to Advanced Paving Co. – which submitted the lowest bid of $255,385 – and was rescinded after council members were shown photos of local street repairs done by the winning bidder at a Dec. 18 meeting.
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