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Contractor selection is scheduled for the beginning of July. The contractor who is awarded the job will develop the construction schedule. The City will post the schedule to the project page, when approved. Between now and then, private utilities will be relocating lines in preparation for construction.
Yes, but it will likely be only for a limited number of hours and the City will work with the contractor to make new connections at low demand times such as night. Customers will receive notifications for any substantial disruptions in service.
Utility poles are the property of the private utility companies. They are rarely able to deviate from their standards and engineers’ recommendations.
There is only one small structure which needs to be removed and the City has notified and worked with the property owner for that removal.
On-street parking will be eliminated as part of the approved design. The ROW width is not wide enough for today’s safety standards. The new street will have sidewalks, on-street bike lanes, planter strips, and pedestrian scale decorative lighting on both sides of McClaine Street.
The City is required to use the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) standard which is universal signage for the United States. No more signage will be added and the speed will remain 25 mph. Speed issues will continue to be enforced by the Police Department.
The sidewalks will be replaced within a few inches of the existing sidewalks in most area. All new sidewalks will be on public property.