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Batavia street work to begin Monday

Published: Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 5:30 a.m. CST

BATAVIA – Several streets will be resurfaced starting Monday as part of the city’s 2013 street program.

The contractor will begin work with curb/sidewalk removal and replacement on Millview Drive and Wind Energy Pass. Other streets to be done include portions of Blaine Street, Church Street, Kingsland Drive, Laurel Street, Prairie Street, Raddant Road and Swanson Drive. There also will be pavement patching at various locations in the city.

The work will generally include curb repairs, sidewalk repairs and a new asphalt overlay, according to a city of Batavia news release. The overall contract completion date is Nov. 15.

Orange parking passes have been provided to the residents who will not be able to park in their driveways because of the construction. These residents will park overnight on the street in front of their home or on the adjacent side street during construction.

The parking passes detail the information regarding parking overnight.

There are no planned permanent road closures, but there will be times where roadways will be restricted to one lane, with flaggers directing traffic.

Mail and garbage service will not be interrupted during construction.

For information, call the Street Program Hotline at 630-454-2700, or visit http://cityofbatavia.net/Content/templates/?a=4522.

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