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Roadwork continues on Borland Street

Borland Street continues to undergo a major reconstruction Thursday. Work in the area is expected to wrap up by the end of September. - Angie Mindus photo
Borland Street continues to undergo a major reconstruction Thursday. Work in the area is expected to wrap up by the end of September.
— image credit: Angie Mindus photo

Borland Street continues to undergo a major reconstruction Thursday.

Last week work was done installing the gravel base for curb and gutter, storm sewer lines, water line tie-ins, and removing asphalt up to the 4th Avenue intersection, reports the city.

This week week curb and gutters will be poured on the east half of the project. Water main installation on the west half of the project will also begin.

Work in the area is expected to wrap up by the end of September.

 

 

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