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The street is open, half is freshly paved....and, lo and behold, they replaced the trees!

Posted on: 2008/7/11 13:21
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LoraJ:

On my way home I spoke to the young engineer on duty. She advise me that they have two days of work left and one day for clean up.


Hopefully ,it will all end by the end of the business day on Thursday. Parking is getting a bit hairy around here.

Hope it helps !!

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PS ?Let?s see if day replace the two trees that they killed in front of the Lincoln Apartments.



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Posted on: 2008/7/7 20:07
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Anyone know just how long this will take?

I am really worried now that I am working evening shift that I won't be able to find parking when I get home at late hours. Many cars from 10th are parking on my street now making it difficult to find parking at normal hours. I fear about how far away I am going to have to park.

Is the Erie garage still taking monthly rentals?


Not sure about Erie, but Newport mall garage has monthly rates. I hope they finish that construction soon. I live around the corner and the noise is deafening. I have to close my windows to talk on the phone. I can't imagine what it must be like for the people that live right on that street.

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Anyone know just how long this will take?

I am really worried now that I am working evening shift that I won't be able to find parking when I get home at late hours. Many cars from 10th are parking on my street now making it difficult to find parking at normal hours. I fear about how far away I am going to have to park.

Is the Erie garage still taking monthly rentals?

Posted on: 2008/7/7 14:28
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From what I can see this roadwork is going to be ongoing for a LONG time. I can see at least a dozen pieces of large diameter cement pipe stretching halfway down the street. Looks like they will be digging up the entire street.

Posted on: 2008/6/27 13:37
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They delivered some heavy equipment to the 10th St. site around 7am today. Maybe work will start today.

Posted on: 2008/6/26 12:49
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Yes manhole colapse. I asked a fellow guarding the site tonight - due to budget cuts the police will guard the site till Friday when a subcontractor is scheduled to repair it. Friday. And our taxes keep going up and up. Paying for the guarding and the street being closed - plus a subcontractor to fix it - Friday.


It would be nice, if they left room for local traffic coming from Erie Street, instead of blocking the street with an unoccupied van and traffic cones.

During rush hour, traffic on Erie Street is blocked by 10th Street residents attempting to manuever their cars around cones and a parked municipal van blocking the only entrance to 10th street between Manila and Erie.

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Yes manhole colapse. I asked a fellow guarding the site tonight - due to budget cuts the police will guard the site till Friday when a subcontractor is scheduled to repair it. Friday. And our taxes keep going up and up. Paying for the guarding and the street being closed - plus a subcontractor to fix it - Friday.

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Anyone know why the street is being dug up on 10th Street between Manila and Erie? The street was closed last night and still closed this afternoon.




Manhole collapse

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Anyone know why the street is being dug up on 10th Street between Manila and Erie? The street was closed last night and still closed this afternoon.

Posted on: 2008/6/24 20:01
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