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Milling work is scheduled to start on August 29th

August 25, 2016

From: City of Wyandotte Department of Engineering and Building

The City of Wyandotte has contracted with Al’s Asphalt Paving Co. to repair and resurface Pine Street (19th to 23rd) as part of the 2016 CDBG Resurfacing Program. Pine Street (Biddle to 3rd) will also be resurfaced as part of the larger project.

The existing asphalt surface will be milled off, areas of concrete base will be saw-cut, removed and repaired, drainage structures repaired or replaced, and a new asphalt surface constructed.

Milling work is scheduled to start on August 29th. The structure adjustment and replacement, concrete base repairs, asphalt resurfacing, and curb repair work will be done in stages over a period of approximately six (6) to eight (8) weeks. During this time businesses may lose access to driveways and the front or side of their building for short periods of time, possibly as long as ten (10) days. Pine Street will be closed to traffic during working hours, except for emergencies, and will be worked on one-half at a time to allow traffic to continue after working hours. For your own convenience, and so that the work can be performed in a safe and timely manner, please park vehicles in other locations when the contractors are working on your street.

Trash pick-up will continue on the regularly scheduled day.

We apologize for the inconvenience this work may cause you. The City and Al’s Asphalt will try to limit the inconvenience as best as possible. Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated. Should you have any questions, kindly contact Jesus Plasencia at 734-324-4558, or by email at jplasencia@wyandottemi.gov.

Please note that our schedules noted on this page are approximate and may vary dependent upon the weather. Contact Mark Kowalewski by phone at 734-324.4534 or by email at engineering1@wyan.org for further information.

 

May 3, 2016
From: City of Wyandotte Department of Engineering and Building
RE: HMA Resurfacing

The City of Wyandotte has contracted with Ajax Paving to repair and resurface the following streets as part of the 2016 HMA Resurfacing Program:

  • Van Alstyne (Elm to Eureka)
  • 5th Street (Eureka to Forest)
  • Bondie (Railroad tracks to Biddle Ave)
  • Eureka (Van Alstyne – Detroit River) *Late addition to project*

The existing asphalt surface will be milled off, areas of concrete base will be saw-cut, removed and repaired, drainage structures repaired or replaced, a new asphalt surface constructed, curbs and crosswalks repaired, and damaged lawns repaired with seed or sod.

Milling work is scheduled to start on Thursday, May 5th. Concrete base repairs and structure adjustments will start on May 9th. Asphalt resurfacing, curb, and crosswalk repair work will be done in stages over a period of approximately eight (8) weeks. During this time residents may lose access to driveways at the front or side of their house or building for short periods of time, possibly as long as seven (7) days. The streets will be closed to traffic during working hours, except for emergencies, and will be worked on one half at a time to allow traffic to pass after working hours. For your own convenience, and so that the work can be performed in a safe and timely manner, kindly park vehicles in other locations when the contractors are working on your street. Also note that due to limited road width, no on street parking on Van Alstyne will be permitted through the duration of the repairs.

Trash pick-up will continue on the regularly scheduled day.

We apologize for the inconvenience this work may cause you. The City and Ajax Paving will try to limit the inconvenience as best as possible. Your cooperation in this matter will be greatly appreciated. Should you have any questions, kindly contact Jesus Plasencia at 734-324-4558, or by email.

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