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Village begins more paving, sidewalk work today

September 17, 2012
By staff ( , Adirondack Daily Enterprise

SARANAC LAKE - The village will be paving several streets this week.

Meanwhile, sidewalk removal and installation is also continuing around the village.

Village Department of Public Works Superintendent Jeff Dora said in a press release that crews will be paving the following streets, starting today: Fairview Avenue from Neil Street to Charles Street, Charles Street from Virginia Avenue to Hope Street, and McClelland Street from Hope Street to Broadway.

Starting on Tuesday, the village will pave Park Avenue from Keene Street to Circle Street. On Wednesday, St. Bernard Street from Church Street to River Street will be paved.

Sidewalk installation on Helen Street is scheduled to take place today and Tuesday. Sidewalk removal, curb installation and sidewalk installation on Sheppard Avenue will begin today and continue through Friday, Dora said.

The streets where both paving and sidewalk work is taking place will be closed to through traffic, except for buses, and parking on these streets will be prohibited from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Dora announced that pavement milling work will resume from Sept. 24 to 26 on the following streets: Park Avenue (from Circle Street to Old Military Road), Canaras Avenue, Sheppard Avenue, Helen Street and Pine Street. Paving work will take place on these streets from October 1 to 10.

"The village of Saranac Lake's Department of Public Works thanks the public for their patience and cooperation as we move towards the end of the 2012 construction season," Dora said.



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