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Mayor Ireton Announces Salisbury Paving Progress

 SALISBURY, Md. - As part of Salisbury Public Works' ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements within the City of Salisbury, please be advised that a contractor will be affecting the flow of traffic in order to mill and pave the following streets:

Ashylon Street            North Division Street to Route 13
Kent Avenue               Jefferson Street to Pricilla Street
Middle Boulevard       Camden Avenue to Waverly Drive
Monticello Avenue     Smith Street to Hanover Street
North Boulevard         Camden Avenue to Waverly Drive
Virginia Avenue          Camden Avenue to Riverside Road
Rose Street                  Lake Street to Delaware Avenue
Smith Street                Middle Boulevard to South Boulevard
South Boulevard         Camden Avenue to Waverly Drive
Vine Street                  Route 13 to Eastern Shore Drive
The work will be performed beginning at 7:00 AM, Monday, October 13th, and will be completed by 6:00 PM Friday, October 25th, barring unforeseen problems. Expect delays due to traffic pattern modifications. We regret any inconvenience this may cause. Your patience and cooperation are greatly appreciated.
"We are proud to be updating streets in our residential neighborhoods and to be making the paving investment in front of Evolution Craft Brewery.  My appreciation goes out to Michael Moulds, our Director of Public Works and to Jay Trott, in Public Works, for how quickly these projects are being completed.  To finish this early in the FY2015 Fiscal Year is no small feat." said Mayor Jim Ireton
Should you have any questions or need clarification regarding this project, please contact Jay Trott with Salisbury Public Works, Technical Services at 410-548-3170 / 410-430-9089.
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