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    Downtown Construction Update: CBD III

    Phased construction continues on schedule in the Central Business District Phase III City initiative to reconstruct major streets in the downtown area. The Engineering Department continues to work with downtown business owners and the Central Business Association to schedule improvements and reconstruction of the streets accordingly.

    • Construction in this initiative commenced on February 6, 2006
    • Overall completion is expected in the summer of 2008
    The scope of work for all projects will consist of the removal and replacement of existing asphalt pavement, sidewalks, and driveways and will also include the replacement of existing traffic signals and street lighting. The improvement project will also upgrade all existing water and sanitary sewer lines.

    Sites that have already undergone construction and have been completed include:
    • Mesa from Main to San Antonio
    • Stanton from Franklin to Wyoming
    • Franklin from Santa Fe to Oregon
    Current projects underway with an expected construction period of four months include:
    • Oregon from Franklin to Wyoming
      -Initiated July 3rd
    • Mills from Stanton to Campbell
      -Initiated July 24th
    The Engineering Department would like to thank the contractor- JAR Concrete, Sun Metro, the Central Business Association, the utility companies, the business community and residents for their continual patience and collaborated efforts in making this initiative successful.

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