Boulevard Open to Traffic As Work Continues

Work to replace curbs and sidewalks along one section of the Boulevard began this week. Police are on the scene directing traffic keeping it moving in both directions. Businesses are still open while work is being done.

The Boulevard will remain open to traffic and businesses will stay open while work to tear up and replace sidewalks and curbs continues to a two-block section over the next few weeks.

Work began Monday and is expected to last up to four weeks, according to Police Chief Michael Colaneri.

By mid-morning Monday workers had begun to replace the curbing along the west side of the Boulevard between Franklin and Jefferson avenues. Police officers were on scene directing traffic on both sides.

There is no parking allowed on these streets while the work is being done.

The involves the replacing of sidewalks and curbing and the installation of new lights along the Boulevard from Franklin to Hamilton Avenue.

It’s an ongoing project which is being from the state Department of Transportation. This section will now resemble the area from Washington up to Jefferson which was .

Preliminary work began last week with the removal of trees. New trees will be planted when the project is complete.


Ryan N. September 24, 2012 at 04:08 AM
New twigs were planted. They won't be shade trees for years.
abc September 24, 2012 at 01:10 PM
Twigs are right, might not ever be any shade. What about the yellow painted curbs for no parking, when is that going to be completed?


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