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Summer Press Releases:

09/01/15 - OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS - The south parking lane and the two right lanes of Monroe Street will has been closed to traffic between 4th and 5th Streets beginning Wednesday, September 2nd, to accommodate a crane.
09/01/15 - OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS - Laurel Street between State Street and Walnut Street will have no parking on either side of the street due to the sewer cave in the middle of the roadway at the intersection of Glenwood and Laurel. The traffic lanes will be closed and the parking lanes will be used to keep the traffic flowing in that area starting Wednesday, September 2nd, to repair a sewer in the area. The intersection of Glennwood and Laurel will be restricted to only right turns from all directions of travel.
08/31/15 - OFFICE OF PUBLIC WORKS - The following streets will be under construction starting Monday, August 31: Fairfield, Fairmount, Arcade and Minot. Beginning Monday, August 31, the following streets will be under construction: Park (Outer Park-Cherry Rd), Park (Governor to Edwards), Columbia (Edwards to Lawrence), Cook (25th-Regency), 10th St (Princeton-Ash) and Bryn Mawr (6th-11th). Construction continues on the following streets: Reynolds (Walnut-Rutledge)-- from Douglas School entrance to Rutledge. The following streets remain under construction: Natchez Trace, Vine Street (Walnut-Henrietta) and Franklin Park Subdivision. Preparations for Oil & Chip maintenance will begin on August 31, in the following areas: Val-E-Vue Subdivision, Heather Acres (Bob-O-Link), Morning Side Place and Warson Road. 


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