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  • Downtown utility work Thursday evening and Friday morning may cause brief traffic delays

    posted on: 9/18/2019

    Subcontractors for Unitil will grind, smooth and repave two trench patches in the downtown area where new natural gas mains were previously installed for new development projects. One is located on Third Street in the area of Ross Furniture and the other is at the intersection of Central Avenue, Washington Street and Henry Law Avenue.

    On Thursday night, Sept. 19 after midnight, work will begin to grind the two trenches. The grinding operation will result in some noise for residents in the immediate area. On Friday morning, Sept. 20, between 7 a.m. and noon, the trench patches will be paved.

    The paving work will result in single lane closures, with one lane of alternating traffic, and some brief traffic delays.

    An overnight parking restriction will be posted on a portion of Third Street on Thursday night, but no parking restriction is expected during the day.

  • Locust Street closure in effect Wednesday for paving

    posted on: 9/16/2019

    In connection with the Orpheum Apartments project at 104 Washington St., SUR and Fulcrum Construction will work on street grading on Tuesday, Sept. 17, followed by paving of the gravel areas on Wednesday, Sept. 18.

    During Wednesday’s paving, Locust Street will be closed for up to three hours during the day from Saint Thomas Street to Washington Street. Traffic will be diverted to Chestnut Street during that time.

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City Council, 9/11/2019The regular meeting of the Dover City Council on Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019.

posted on: 9/12/2019


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