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Posted on: March 31, 2017

Street repair projects to begin on Monday, April 3

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The City of Taylor has contracted with Fiore Enterprises to repair sections of Champaign from Pardee Road to Pelham Road; Haskel from Pardee to Monroe; Haskell from Merrick to Pelham; Pine from Goddard to Brest; Brest from Pardee to Heatherwood Court; and, Racho from Eureka to Northline.

Work is scheduled to begin the week of April 3. Multiple streets may be under repair at the same time. The concrete repair work on each street will last approximately four to five weeks. Fiore will give notification at least 24 hours before removal work is to begin on the street. The contractor will begin by saw cutting the sections to be removed, followed by pavement removal, base preparation, drainage structure adjustment and repair, and placing and curing concrete. After the concrete has cured for a minimum of five to seven days, work will begin on the other half of the street.

Working hours will be 7 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. The street will be worked on one half at a time to allow traffic to continue during and after working hours. However, due to the extent of some of the street repair areas, residents may lose access to the front or side of their property when work is being performed in front of or next door to their property, or on the opposite side of the street.

For the residents own convenience, and so that the work can be performed in a safe and timely manner, please park vehicles in other locations.

Trash pick-up will continue on the regularly scheduled day. If there is work being performed in front of your residence, place the trash receptacles at curbside on the opposite side of the street that work is taking place on, or at the center of the street next to a repair area.

We apologize for any inconvenience this work may cause. The City and Fiore will try to limit the inconvenience as best as possible. Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated. Should you have any questions please contact Greg Mayhew, city engineer, at 734-374-1473, or by email at gmayhew@ci.taylor.mi.us.









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