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Glenview Drive residents asked to move vehicles off street for road upgrades

On Friday, August 26, the asphalt pavement milling operation will begin on Glenview Drive. This initial step should take one day to complete. Road paving is then planned to take place during the middle to end of the Aug. 29 week, weather and schedules permitting.

We kindly ask that residents move all vehicles off the street prior to 7 a.m. on Friday, August 26 so the contractor can complete the road milling without any interferences.

Shiawassee Street, other nearby streets, or the Salem United Church of Christ parking lot on Oakland Street can be used by residents for additional parking. Residents will be able to use the street to access their homes during this work, although we do anticipate there to be intermittent periods where residence driveway access is impeded during this operation (ex. while machinery is working in front of a driveway or before a temporary ramp is constructed to get into your driveway upon milling completion).

Keep children and pets away from all construction operations. Construction activities, and the associated equipment that goes with it is attractive to small children and can be dangerous. Please keep children away from the equipment, removals, mass grading, underground utility installation, hot/fresh asphalt, and wet concrete.

If you have any specific questions regarding the project, such as scheduling, parking, or access, please call the City Public Works Department at (248) 473-7250, Mr. Mike McNutt, Engineer for OHM at (313) 516-4735, Mr. David Sowell, Construction Inspector for OHM at (734) 770-4083, or Mr. Austin Downie, Engineer for OHM at (734) 466-4437.




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