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Posted on: November 7, 2017

[ARCHIVED] NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF IMPENDING ROAD WORK at This Way and SH 332 E. West of the Overpass

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City of Lake Jackson                                                                       For Immediate Release
Engineering Department                                                            Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Sal Aguirre, City Engineer                                                                   Lake Jackson, Texas
Phone: 979-415-2413


P R E S S R E L E A S E

NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC OF IMPENDING ROAD WORK at
This Way and SH 332 E. West of the Overpass

ATTENTION: Residents, Police, Fire, EMS, School District, City Employees and others.

The contractor has scheduled the beginning of the street panel replacement work in the right Westbound lane of This Way and the middle Eastbound lane immediately West of the SH 332 East overpass. Traffic flow will be intermittently stopped as heavy equipment removes and replaces the street pavement.

Beginning Wednesday, November 8, 2017 the contractor will begin removing the street panels slated for replacement on This Way. This work will be followed by the installation of new subgrade base material and concrete. The replacement concrete will be a fast cure mix that will allow traffic to begin using the lane as soon as possible after it is installed.

The project consists of replacing a fifty-foot section of the right lane in the Westbound direction, and an eighty-foot section of the center Eastbound lane usually designated for traffic travelling into the downtown area.

Please make plans to avoid this area if at all possible, and exercise caution if you find it necessary to use this travel way. Temporary signage will be installed to help direct traffic through the area, but we expect that the traffic will take a while to get accustomed to the situation and we hope the project will be over very quickly.

We appreciate your patience and apologize for any inconveniences these needed improvement changes may create for you.

Sincerely,

Sal Aguirre, P. E.
City Engineer
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