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Rain hampers road projects' completion

You will still find some construction cones around Sturgeon Bay as the city tries to wrap up its road projects before the snow flies.


On Friday, City Engineering Technician Brian Spetz announced that North Hudson Avenue would be closed so new sewer and water laterals could be installed for an incoming home build.


City Engineer Chad Shefchik blamed the rain for a trio of road projects getting delayed with their completion. The paving of North Geneva Avenue from West Juniper Street to the termination of West Hickory Street would be able to receive its second layer of asphalt after the first coat was done earlier this week. An alley between Oregon Street and Pennsylvania Street from South 10th Avenue to the termination of 9th Avenue is also waiting for a new coat of asphalt. Those projects are expected to be finished by earlier next week. Michigan Street will also get some additional attention before the end of the month as road construction crews begin preparing for next year’s paving work. They will do that by spending next week installing gas line replacements.


In all cases of the road work being done over the next ten days, you can expect some lane and road closures. Shefchik asks you to use alternate routes and proper caution when driving around the impacted areas.


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