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Harrison, Main streets to be restricted for sewer project

Lanes will be restricted on Harrison and Main streets Monday morning for the Ewing East/West Storm Sewer Separation project, according to a statement from the city's Traffic Engineering Department.

Harrison Street will have southbound lane restrictions between Pearl and Main streets through May 17, weather permitting. Tbe closure will allow a contractor to complete sidewalk and pavement restoration along the west side of Harrison Street.

Main Street will be closed between Harrison and Webster streets until May 10, weather permitting. There will be a marked detour for Main Street eastbound using Fairfield Avenue, Wayne Street and Harrison Street. The Main Street westbound detour uses Harrison, Berry and Ewing streets. The closures will allow a contractor to finish sidewalk and pavement restoration and concrete work, the statement said.

For further information or to report problems, contact the Traffic Engineering Department at 427-1172.

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