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Construction work underway in city

WORTHINGTON -- Sanitary sewer concrete pavement restoration is currently taking place in various location around the city. Work began earlier this week on patches on Seventh Avenue at 14th Street, as well as in front of 805 Burlington Ave. betwee...

WORTHINGTON - Sanitary sewer concrete pavement restoration is currently taking place in various location around the city.

 

Work began earlier this week on patches on Seventh Avenue at 14th Street, as well as in front of 805 Burlington Ave. between MIller and Clary streets. Curb and gutter work was also scheduled to begin Friday in front of 1645 S. Shore Drive, located west of Pleasant Avenue. Concrete pavement restoration is also slated to begin Monday in front of 1518 Dover St., located between Burlington and Grand avenues.

 

A water main reconstruction project is also ongoing on Elmwood Avenue. Work is nearing Galena Street and proceeding south toward Liberty Drive.

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