CAP1735 Road Reconstruction Improvements
Contractor: Mark Anthony Contracting, Inc.
The contractor has finished installation of driveway approaches and sidewalk along Batavia. Most driveways will be closed over the holiday weekend, though some at the north end of the street will be opened at the end of the day Friday. The contractor will clean up Batavia Avenue to allow for resident permit parking on both sides of the street over the Arts, Beats and Eats festival weekend. The apartments at the corner of Batavia will have full use of the parking lot driveways for the weekend.
The contractor will replace of sections of the concrete road base along Batavia after the holiday weekend. Sections of concrete will be placed in phases to allow for traffic on one side of the road at all times.
The contractor has scheduled the final water main connection for Tuesday September 5th, which will affect a few homes on Stephenson Highway at Dallas. Residents affected by the water shutoff will be notified via door hanger.
The contractor plans to pour concrete for the driveway approaches and sidewalk removed between Helene and Lenox within the next couple weeks. The section of road from Lenox to Stephenson Highway will be removed and replaced with concrete in the coming weeks.
Fairview Avenue has been paved. The contractor plans to replace driveways during the week of September 5th or the following week.
Kalama Avenue and Brinkey Avenue
Most of the concrete work is complete on these streets with the exception of sidewalk ramps along Brinkey Avenue, which will be replaced after Labor Day. Barrels along the school property will be removed before school begins on Tuesday September 5th. The contractor will work on restoration during September.
There are several flags of sidewalk that were removed by Consumers Energy for the gas main work and Consumers Energy is responsible for replacing this concrete.
The contractor plans to finish transferring individual water services during the week of September 5th. The contractor will individually inform residents when their water supply will be shut off, which typically lasts 1 to 2 hours.