Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Streets to Reopen

       After a summer and fall of construction, Mill and Factory Streets will reopen for the winter this week as crews shut down until better weather. This is good news for the neighborhood as traffic detours and jams will ease in time for the holidays.
      Work will resume in the spring on the $12 M project.
http://www.watertowndailytimes.com/news03/factory-street-mill-street-bridge-may-reopen-wednesday-20151124

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wouldn't it be nice if there was not laws requiring contractors to pay $50/hr? Tkhen they wouldn't need to close up shop and put everyone on unemployment for five months, just because of a little snow. They could stay working like all the other contractors do in the north country. But no parties involved have any interest in getting this seven month project done in less than two years. that is why there is no workers there after dinner or on the weekends. Oh well..say "thanks" to your grand kids for me.

Anonymous said...

And maybe they could truck the paving materials from Florida, 7:20

Anonymous said...

1:17, please try not to show how stupid you are. There is a lot of work that can be done between now and paving. But thanks for playing.

Anonymous said...

7:59, yes they can dig the road back up, and start installing laterals to each building I suppose.
They can then use duct tape over the disturbed areas with the local plants not providing asphalt as of yesterday.
Go back to your cubicle

Anonymous said...

You can blacktop until the snow flies , Im sure if you were in need of a large amount of blacktop for a road project the plant Barrett on Route 37 and general crush stone on the black river road would stay open to make a large sale.