Main Street to be Closed to Traffic for Storm Recovery Project, Stores Open for Business
Detours will be in effect while crews restore a sidewalk damaged during Tropical Storm Lee, stores will remain open.
- November 9, 2011
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There’s still plenty of work to be done to remedy damage from Tropical Storm Lee.
Beginning Monday, the County plans to begin work stabilizing the sidewalk on Main Street between Rogers Avenue and Ellicott Mills Drive. The repairs will fix damage that occurred during floods brought on by Lee.
During construction, Main Street will be closed to all but local traffic. Shops will remain open for business. A detour will direct all other drivers around the work area from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. on weekdays.
The detour will take eastbound Main Street traffic onto Rogers Avenue, Court House Drive and Ellicott Mills Drive. Westbound traffic will be detoured to Ellicott Mills Drive, Courthouse Drive, then Rogers avenue.
County officials say the project should be completed by early December.
There will be flaggers and signage to remind drivers about the construction. For updates, call 401-313-4604, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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