Road paving

South Windsor - posted May, 10 2013

SOUTH WINDSOR- The South Windsor Department of Public Works, and its paving contractor, B&W Paving and Landscaping, will be working on the following roads as part of a local road repaving project. Starting on or about May 13, work will begin on Berle Road, Christine Lane, Rosemary Lane, and Fairview Drive (from Ellington Road to Clearview Drive). Work on these roads should take 4 to 5 weeks to complete. Work will include replacing catch basin tops, milling off two inches of old pavement, removing old curbs, and driveway aprons, and restoring the area behind the curbs with topsoil and grass seed. Residents should be award that if they have any lawn sprinkler pipes, sprinkler heads or invisible dog fence wires, in the town's right-of-way,. near the curb, they may be damaged by the roadwork. The homeowner is responsible to mark these lines and the town's contractor will try to avoid them, but you should be prepared to make repairs if they are damaged, and to secure any pets by other means. Residents are asked not to park on the street during the day. Also, no not drive on the liquid asphalt tack coat that is placed on the road in front of the paving machine, as it will stick to and possibly damage vehicle tires and paint finish. One lane of the road will be open at all times, but traffic delays can be expected. Call Mark Owens at 860-648-6366 or Bob Grillo at 860-644-2511 for more information.

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