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Posted by Randy on 2013/6/4 6:30:25 (385 reads) News by the same author

Weather conditions permitting, a contractor this week is scheduled to begin milling work on selected Trenton streets. And in all cases, motor vehicles will need to be moved off the designated streets by 7 a-m the day the work is scheduled.

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The first of the streets to be worked on is Wednesday June 5th. Spot milling work is scheduled on Hoover Drive from 28th street northward as well as on Lord street between 13th and 16th. Another one designated for milling work is Eastview, from Oklahoma to Park Lane. On Thursday June 6th, milling is scheduled for Town and Country.

Friday June 7th, the work moves to East 8th from Lake to Haliburton. Spot milling is scheduled Friday on Avalon between East 10th and East 12th street.

The projects continue next week too. For Monday June 10th, spot milling is
listed in eastern Trenton on Sportsman, Fisherman, Hunter, and Mariner Roads.

Spot milling is slated for Tuesday June 11th on portions of eight other streets at Trenton. They are listed as West 4th Terrace; Sunnyside Drive; East 18th street; Moberly street; Crowder Road; Tindall Avenue; 18th street; and East 22nd street.

Again, this schedule may change due to weather and how fast the contractor completes each of the streets designated for the milling operation.

Motorists also are reminded to have vehicles removed from the selected streets
by 7 o'clock the morning of the work to be done.

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