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News : Milling Work On Trenton Streets Slated To Begin
Posted by Randy on 2014/5/28 9:55:24 (416 reads) News by the same author

Milling work is planned on several streets in Trenton this week, weather permitting.
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Included is Hillcrest between Oklahoma Avenue and Park Lane. St. Joseph Street is to have spot milling between Oklahoma Avenue and Park Lane. Persons are asked to have
their vehicles removed from those sections of Hillcrest and St. Joseph Streets by tomorrow (Wednesday) afternoon at 1 o'clock.

Other streets to have milling work include Chestnut between Crowder Road and 17th Street. Spot milling is planned on Madison Street between 17th and Felder Streets, on Scott Street between Oklahoma Avenue and Madison Street, and on 15th Street between Main and Tindall Avenue. Vehicles should be removed from those portions of Madison, Scott, Chestnut, and 15th Streets by Thursday morning at 7 o'clock.

Milling work also is planned on Cedar Street between West 10th Street and Crowder Road, and on Tindall Avenue between West 10th and West 16th Streets. Spot milling is scheduled on Jefferson Street between West 8th and West 9th Streets, Laclede Street between East 9th and Tinsman Avenue, and on Ridgeway Street between East 2nd and East 7th Streets.

On those sections of Cedar, Tindall Avenue, Jefferson, Laclede, and Ridgeway Streets, vehicles should be removed by Friday morning at 7 o'clock.

The milling work is to be done by Muselman and Hall of Kansas City.

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