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Posted on: August 29, 2016

[ARCHIVED] 60 State Street Parking Lot- Resurfacing Project

The contractor working for the city on multiple paving projects around town has submitted their schedule for the planned resurfacing of the 60 State Street parking lot. Also known as the “Heney Lot’, this is the site that hosts the weekend Farmer’s Market situated between the Christ Church and Julios restaurant. The portion of the lot leased by the City for public parking will undergo a pavement resurfacing preparation process known as cold plane or milling which involves grinding off a couple inches of the surface for leveling & re-profiling purposes. This work will be done on Thursday & Friday of next week (September 1st & 2nd). The lot will be re-opened on Friday afternoon and the Farmers Market will take place as normal utilizing the milled asphalt surface. If the weather cooperates, the lot will be paved on Tuesday, September 6th. Re-marking of the parking spaces will take place that night or, if conditions are not conducive to night painting, marking will occur on Wednesday, September 7th. During the work (9/1, 9/2, 9/6 & possibly 9/7) parking cannot be permitted within the lot and access will be restricted. Staff will begin individual notifications to all concerned and impacted today & early next week.
Contact Zach Blodgett or Corey Line at the DPW office if any concerns or questions @ 223-9508

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