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Salisbury Officials Announce Mt. Hermon Road Curbing, Storm Drain Work

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SALISBURY, Md.- Salisbury Public Works officials announced Wednesday that a private contractor will be affecting the flow of traffic on the city's portion of Mt. Hermon Road, from East Main Street to Wyman Drive, in order to install curbing and abandon a storm water pipe. 

The work will be performed beginning Monday, Dec. 17, and will be completed by Friday, Dec. 21, barring unforeseen problems. Motorists are advised to expect periodic minor traffic delays due to traffic pattern modifications between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Traffic will be limited to one lane with channelizing devices as necessary.

Anyone with questions or concerns is asked to contact Scott Fowler with A.P. Croll & Son at (302) 856-6177 or Brian Lewis with Salisbury Public Works, Technical Services at (410) 548-5460.      

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