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Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 5/19/2014

Street resurfacing begins Monday in the city of Mansfield.

The resurfacing contractors for the 2014 Street Resurfacing Program will be performing casting work and pavement planning on the following streets:

  • Brenda Drive from Woodville Road to Mansfield Washington Road.
  • Cliffbrook Drive from Willowbrook Drive to Woodville Road. 
  • Willowbrook Dr. from Cliffbrook to Cliffbrook. 
  • Grace Street from Central to Ashland Rd. 
  • Jennings Ave from West End to Davidson. 
  • Oak from 225’ North of Arch to Davidson. 
  • Bowers from South End to First St. 
  • Ford from Altamont to Diamond. 
  • Home from South Diamond to Hedges.
  • 1st Alley W. Hedges from Dale to Home.
  • Lundy’s Lane from Flint to Arch. 
  • Arch from Franklin to Adams. 
  • Spruce from Arthur to Crouse. 
  • Crouse from Glessner to First. 
  • Charwood Road from Sherbook Road to Clifton Blvd.
  • Dirlam Lane from Middle Bellville Road to East End. 
  • Sunset Blvd. from Valley Blvd. to Glendale Blvd. 
  • Sunset Blvd. from Clifton Blvd. to Cook Road. 

Motorists are urged to use caution when driving in the construction areas.

   
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