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Construction Update - July 27 2017

Lake Avenue
Cavanagh Construction has made significant progress on Lake Avenue in recent days despite the significant amount of rainfall we have had. Sidewalk installation will continue along with the initial lift of asphalt pavement.
Detours will remain in place for Lake Avenue East & West.

Mullet Street
The new storm sewer will be installed on Mullett Street throughout the week and crews will begin the road excavation.
Detours will be in place.

Henry Farm
Cavanagh Construction will begin operations on Joseph Street starting August 1st. The street will be open to residents living with the construction zone only (local traffic only) from Prime Place to McKenizie Street. Crews will also be installing new storm catch basins and service laterals repairs.
Detours will be in place.

McNeely Avenue Extension
Residents should be aware the line painting has been completed on McNeely Avenue south of Highway 7 and all lanes have been reopened. It is our intention to reactivate the traffic signals after the August long weekend, until then a temporary all way stop has been put in place to reduce right of way confusion at this intersection.
There are still numerous construction activities ongoing south of this intersection on McNeely Avenue and the Town would like to remind motorists that the below this intersection it is not open for through traffic.

The Town of Carleton Place would like to ask for your help in ensuring a safe and efficient work areas. We would like to encourage residents to avoid the construction zones, however, should residents be travelling along the detours we urge you to proceed with caution and follow the directions provided by the Traffic Control persons and/or posted construction signage.

We ask for everyone’s patience and cooperation during the construction season, however, should a member of the public have any concerns or questions, please contact the Public Works Office (613-257-2253).