Road work for the week of May 20

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BENNINGTON — The following information about upcoming road projects has been provided by the Bennington Department of Public Works.

Harrington Road will be reduced to one-Lane traffic while highway crews perform ditch work. Local traffic, including buses, will be accommodated. Workers and equipment will be in the roadway. Motorists are asked to expect delays.

McCullough Road will be closed Monday only while a highway crew repairs or replaces a damaged culvert. Local traffic, including buses, will be accommodated. Workers and equipment will be in the roadway. Motorists are asked to find an alternate route.

Main Street in the downtown area only will be cleaned and prepared for Mayfest later in the month. This includes tree work and mulching. Workers and equipment will be on the edge of the roadway. Motorists are asked to use caution and expect delays.

Pleasant Street will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday from Park Street to Main Street while a private contractor repairs a private sewer service line. Local traffic, including buses, will be accommodated. Workers and equipment will be in the roadway. Motorists are asked to find an alternate route.

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Village Cemetery's driveway will be graveled throughout the week. Workers and equipment will be on the edge of the roadway. Motorists are asked to use caution and expect delays.

TOWNWIDE

The highway street sweeper will be out throughout town this week. Motorists are asked to use caution and expect delays. Highway crews will also be patching numerous digs across town all week long. Workers and equipment will be in and on the edge of the roadways.

REMINDER

Residents are asked to now rake or blow leaves into town streets or highways, as this clogs storm drains and creates flooding and driving hazards for the entire community.

Residents and contractors are asked to make certain that all loads are covered when bringing leaves or brush to the Transfer Station.


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