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Milling on Joplin Street from 4th to 6th in Pittsburg

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NEWS RELEASE ISSUED BY THE CITY OF PITTSBURG

As part of the Street Sales Tax Program, contractors will continue milling the old asphalt surface off Joplin Street from 4th Street to 6th Street and from 8th Street to 20th Street through Friday September 20, 2013. Beginning Monday, September 23, 2013, the contractors will begin paving this area of Joplin Street. The paving is expected to take 3 days.

Starting Thursday, September 26, 2013 the asphalt surface on Broadway from 2nd Street to Madison Street, will be milled. Milling of Broadway is expected to take 5 days and uneven surfaces can be expected during this process. Paving is scheduled to begin on Thursday October 3, 2013 and should take 3 days.

Broadway and Joplin Street will remain open while the work is taking place, but street lanes will be closed while under construction. Traffic will be slow due to the closure of traffic lanes and the presence of construction equipment in the street. Side streets off Broadway may be temporarily closed as construction moves through the intersections.

To avoid any delays motorists are urged to avoid these areas if possible. If it is necessary to travel these streets, please drive slow and observe the work zone signs.

In addition, The City of Pittsburg is asking residents in these areas not to park along these streets. These areas will be repaved as part of the Street Sales Tax Program.

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