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BREAKING NEWS

Mill and Inlay Road Work Continues

KSAL StaffJuly 14, 2017

During the week of July 17 – 21, APAC-Kansas, Inc., Shears Division of Salina will continue work on the City of Salina’s annual Asphalt Mill and Inlay project.

The work consists of milling the existing asphalt street surface 1.5″ and replacing it with new asphalt to rehabilitate and preserve the pavement section.  Permanent pavement markings will be placed shortly after the resurfacing.

The work will be completed with lane closures.  Residents and business owners will be notified prior to changes in access to properties.  On-street parking in work zones will be prohibited.  Any vehicles or equipment left on the street on the day paving is scheduled may be towed at the owners’ expense.

The $1.25 million project is a major component of the City of Salina’s $4.7 million 2017 maintenance capital improvement program.

The schedule is as follows, weather permitting:

 

Monday, July 17 Claflin, 4th to Osborne

Kirwin, Pershing to 9th

Ohio, Magnolia to Belmont

Wayne, Quincy to Lewis

Tuesday, July 18 Claflin, 4th to Osborne

Edward, Belmont to Wayne

Kirwin, Pershing to 9th

Ohio, Magnolia to Belmont

Pershing, Claflin to Jewell

Wednesday, July 19 Edward, Belmont to Wayne

Pershing, Claflin to Jewell

Wayne, Quincy to Lewis

Thursday July 20 5th, Iron to Ash

Claflin, 4th to Osborne

Morningside, Front to Sunrise

Park, west of College to 9th

Wayne, Quincy to Lewis

Friday July 21 5th, Iron to Ash

Claflin, 4th to Osborne

Kirwin, Pershing to 9th

Park, west of College to 9th

 

 

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