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Next Phase of Asphalt Pavement Preservation Project Begins

The Jasper Street Dept. along with its contractor, Seal Master, will begin the next phase of our Asphalt Pavement Preservation Project (Liquid Road), beginning on Tuesday, June 11, barring inclement weather or any other unforeseen events.

This surface coating is similar to seal coating, but is thicker, more durable & designed to wear/last longer than ordinary seal coating. 

Motorists will not be allowed on these streets when Liquid Road is being applied & until dry. 

Affected Residents will be notified via a door hanger the day before the application begins. 

Residents are asked to please have all vehicles removed from garages, streets & driveways prior to 7:00 A.M. on the day which the application is applied to your street & remain out until the street is re-opened, as vehicles will not be allowed on these streets during this process.

Each street affected will be closed for approximately 2 days, depending on weather & material drying conditions. 

Following is a list of those streets which will be affected: (will not necessarily be processed in this order)       

            Charlotte Ave – from Giesler Rd to the Dead End

            Hilary Dr – from 3rd Ave to the Dead End

            Sycamore Manor – from Briarcliff Pkwy to Hemlock Dr

            Seymour St – from 6th St to 7th St

            Clay St – from 6th St to 7th St

            Tamarac St (alley) – from 7th St to 8th St

            W 15th St – from Rolling Ridge to West End

            Heather Ct – from W 15th St to Cul-de-sac

            Lynn Ct – from Bart Ln to Cul-de-sac

            Bart Ln – from Ackerman Rd to Ann Ln

            W 2nd St – from Newton St to Clay St

            W 3rd St – from Newton St to Clay St                                   

The Jasper Street Dept. would like to thank all those affected, for your patience and cooperation during this project.
 

Jeff Theising

Jasper Street Commissioner