Road work for the week of Nov. 11

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The following road projects are scheduled for the coming week. Crews working on state highway projects will be off Monday in observance of Veterans Day and will resume work on Tuesday. The Bennington Town Offices will be open Monday.

BENNINGTON

Autumn Acres continues to be reduced to one lane this week for PFOA water line extension work. Motorists should expect delays.

Harwood Hill Road between Orchard Road and the Route 7 connector will be reduced to one lane for the next several weeks for PFOA water line extension work. Motorists should expect delays.

Houghton Lane continues to be will be reduced to one lane for the next several weeks for PFOA water line extension work. Motorists should expect delays.

Main Street between Union Street and the Four Corners will be closed Monday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the Veterans Day Parade. Motorists will need to find alternate routes.

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Morgan Street between Main Street and Imperial Avenue will be closed Monday and Tuesday for a private contractor to repair a leaking water service line and then large tree removal. Motorists will need to find an alternate route.

North Street between Main Street and the Vermont Veterans' Home will be closed Monday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for the Veterans Day Parade. Motorists will need to find an alternate route.

Willow Road continues to be closed for the next several weeks for PFOA water line extension work. Local traffic only will be accommodated. Motorists should expect delays.

Townwide, highway crews will be in various locations, completing smaller tasks remaining from the construction season. The street sweeper will be cleaning roadways, and the Water Department will continue hydrant repair. All work will be dependent on weather conditions.

MANCHESTER/PERU

Sign and shoulder work will take place along VT-11 this week. Motorists may encounter alternating one-way traffic, with some delays.


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