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Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Beaglin Park Drive Improvements to Begin Monday, July 10

As part of the ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements within the City of Salisbury, please be advised that a private contractor will be affecting the flow of traffic along Beaglin Park Drive in two locations to conduct repaving operations. The areas from Hannibal Street to South Schumaker Drive, and from Snow Hill Road to College Lane will experience delays during paving operations.

The work will be performed beginning Monday, July 10, 2017, at 7:00 a.m. and will be completed on Friday, July 14, 2017, at 4:30 p.m., barring unforeseen problems or weather delays. Expect minor periodic traffic delays due to traffic pattern modifications between 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

We regret any inconvenience this may cause. Your patience and cooperation are greatly appreciated. Should you have any questions or need clarification regarding this project, please contact William White with the Salisbury Department of Infrastructure and Development at 410-548-3170.
 

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank god for those improvement especially on the bridge near ward museum.

Anonymous said...

When is Fitzwater St going to get repaved. Worst road in Salisbury.

Anonymous said...

Well this is going to be interesting , let's see how long this crap will take , excuses like Isabella . Of course this area has more potential so they may only be a year longer than projection.

Anonymous said...

Is there anywhere that Salisbury isn't torn up at the same time? What ever happened to scheduled repairs so that people can have alternative routes? I'm just going to stay home.

Anonymous said...

Why is it these stupid workers for the county or state, always want to repave or fix something that isn't broken yet stop or not fix just feet away from their improvements, roadways that have huge pot holes and everything else???

Anonymous said...

"What ever happened to scheduled repairs?"

Massive reduction in infrastructure funding by Congress.

Anonymous said...

An improvement is making something better than it originally was. Fixing something that's broken is a repair, unless it's made better than the original.

Concerned Retiree said...

Why is it there are always paving projects that are not necessarily needed when there are projects half assed started and never completed? A good example is the street by Golden Coral. There is about 100 yards that is bare field even though there are all those new apartments back there by Tractor Supply. This project would eliminate a lot of traffic on 13N from Courtesy and WalMart. That is one reason I try to stay away from that side of town. There is the wasted road off Brick kiln so the west side has a short cut to the Mall and is hardly used. So why is this 100 yards not completed so the south side can shop on the north side without having to deal with all the BS traffic on 13N?