East Moline street closure, construction update


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Posted Online: Nov. 12, 2012, 3:13 pm
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Press release submitted by city of East Moline


STREET CLOSURE / CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
Kennedy Drive (17th Ave ‐ 42nd Ave)
East Moline, IL

A COMPLETE STREET CLOSURE IS SCHEDULED TO BEGIN FOR THE KENNEDY DRIVE
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT. BEGINNING AT 7:00 A.M. MONDAY NOVEMBER 12, 2012
KENNEDY DRIVE WILL BE CLOSED TO THRU‐TRAFFIC BETWEEN 27TH AVE. AND 30TH AVE.
The final stage of utility connections and paving operations is necessitating this closure to thrutraffic.
Local neighborhood traffic will still be permitted access to their residences. A map showing the portion of street to be closed along with the detour routes is attached for reference.
The contractor is scheduled to re‐open the street to thru‐traffic on or before November 18, 2012.The City apologizes for the temporary inconvenience caused by construction. Thank you for your continued patience and cooperation on this important project.
The City of East Moline


















 



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