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Posted on: October 17, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Sewer Contract 36 (Needs Area 3) - Updated 4/8/20

On Thursday, April 9, 2020, the Contractor plans to begin road work on Gail Ann Drive.  Work will occur between 7AM and 3PM daily.  The Contractor will try to minimize delays to you and maintain temporary access to your properties during the work.  Advanced notice will be given if vehicles need to be moved or parked elsewhere for a short duration.


On Thursday, April 9, 2020 and Friday, April 10, 2020 binder course paving is scheduled on Pond Street, Eveready Circle, Race Street, and Vine Street.  Work will occur between 7AM and 4PM.  The road will be closed to all through and local traffic.  Local traffic within the work limits should plan to move their vehicles prior to the start of work each day.  If inclement weather postpones paving work, work will be scheduled for the next suitable day.


Starting Monday, March 30, 2020, the Contractor plans to begin road work associated with the project.  Work will occur between 7AM and 3PM daily.  The work will be  broken into 3 phases as follows:

Phase 1:  Pond Street, Challenger, Tamarac

Phase 2: Tomahawk Drive and side streets, Sumac, Ironwood, Crestwood, and Gail Ann

Phase 3: Moosewood, Sequoia, Gove, Bayberry, Market, Broadleaf, Richards, Race, Vine, Eveready

Reclaiming will begin on Pond Street on Monday, March 30.  Pond Street will be closed and traffic detours will be in place for thru traffic.  The easement areas on Richards Street and Tomahawk Drive will be open for local traffic to access the neighborhood.

Stay up to date on the progress of the Sewer Contract 36 Project by checking out our project page link below.  We have included a 3-month schedule and a copy of the project plans.  The schedule will be updated regularly.

If you have any questions, telephone the Engineering Division at 978-671-1300 or contact us below.

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