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West Fourth Street Damaged And Closed By Saturday Flooding

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 7/1/2013West Fourth Street in Mansfield is closed between Bowman and Mulberry Streets. This is due to flooding during Saturday's heavy rain storm damaging the pavement.  Public Works Director Angelo Klusiadis says the street had been milled in preparation for re-paving.  The rushing water washed away much of the remaining pavement, leaving the brick base exposed. Kokosing Construction Company had a crew on the scene Monday morning surveying the damage. An employee said the damaged pavement can be removed, and West Fourth re-opened with cars driving over the brick base, within one day. But it has to stop raining first. The high water also damaged the foot bridge at North Lake Park.  A Mansfield Street Department worker said he expected to repair the damage and re-open the foot bridge by the end of the day Monday.
   
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