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Berlin Mayor Announces Road Closure

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BERLIN, Md.- The Town of Berlin will close part of Main Street for a sewer repair starting May 11.

According to Mayor Gee Williams, Main Street between Route 346 (Old Ocean City Boulevard) and Route 50 will be closed to through traffic for the next several weeks.

Town officials are not sure how long the project will take, but say crews will be working between 7:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on weekday.

Town Administrator Laura Allen explains the roadway will be open to residents during construction, but it will be closed to through traffic. Crews will not be working on Saturday or Sunday, and the roadway will be open to through traffic on weekends.

“It's hard to tell exactly how many days the project will take to complete because of the nature of the work and our dependence on the weather,” said Allen.

Allen adds the town recognizes the importance of the Memorial Day weekend for residents and guests, and says the contractor will stop work that weekend if the project is still underway. If that happens, Allen says the contractor will stop work on May 21 and resume on Tuesday, May 26.

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