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Liberty Utilities, Ferreira Construction, Century Paving announce road construction, paving, for week of November 21st

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A bulletin has been issued to give residents and drivers a heads-up concerning road construction that is expected to take place in the city.

According to Liberty Utilities and Ferreira Construction, the following Fall River streets are expected to have road construction for the week of November 21st. Delays and road closures are possible at these locations.

Aberdeen St – Between Brayton Ave & Glasgow St.
Baird St – Between Stevens St and Jefferson St.
Fifth St. – At Borden St.
Hargraves St. At Quequechan St. – Main abandonment
Jefferson At McGee St. Main abandonment work – Saturday, 11/19
Jefferson St – Between Warren St. and Brayton Ave.
Maple St. – New gas service being installed at the Stone School (old Westall School) – Saturday, 11/19
Massasoit St. – At Pleasant and second location at Wamsutta St.– Main abandonment
Oman St.
Prospect St.- New gas service to be installed at 68 Prospect St.
Prospect St. – Gas main work at intersection of Linden St. Hospital aware and the hospital’s street level parking entrance will be open. Wednesday, 11/23
Quequechan St. – Near Pleasant at intersection – Main abandonment
Stevens St. – Between Brayton Ave and Chicago St.
Wamsutta St. – At Quequechan St. – Main abandonment
Weybosset St. – At Pleasant St. – Main abandonment

Work is winding down for the construction season. All new gas main work is substantially completed. Remaining work is installing new gas services and abandonment of old gas main.

Century Paving Milling & Paving Work

Anderson St.
Dupus St.
Endicott St.
Sullivan Drive – (S. Main to 4th Street) – Plan is to have half road open during milling and paving.

Ferreira crews will not be working on Friday, 11/25. Due to the shortened holiday work week, some of this work may extend into the following week.

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