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Road Work

Nevada County:

The county will be working on Kenwood Drive, Plover Way and Pine Court today as part of the 2002 Overlay Project. Expect delays of up to 20 minutes.



In Grass Valley

Today




— Workers will continue raising manhole frames and valve boxes on the following streets: Walsh, West Main and High streets; and Lidster Avenue.

— South Auburn Street from East McKnight to the intersection at Whiting Street: Construction continues on the South Auburn Street Improvements Project. Placement of a 42-inch storm drain will continue, starting at the culvert placed at Little Wolf Creek, north toward the Whiting Street intersection. It may be necessary to close South Auburn Street to through traffic at times during the work day. Businesses will be open and access will be maintained. Crews will be on site between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m.

NEXT WEEK

Nevada City and Grass Valley

A new road repair project will start, and two current projects will continue next week.

— The county will resurface Maidu Avenue at Rood Administrative Center Tuesday and Wednesday. Maidu will be closed Wednesday to motorists, who will have to access the government center, Wayne Brown Correctional Facility and Madelyn Helling Library from the west entrance off Cement Hill Road.

— Work will continue Tuesday through Sept. 6 to raise manhole frames and valve boxes on Walsh, West Main and High streets; and Lidster Avenue. Crews will also place a street drain down Chapel Street from Collins Lane to the bottom of Chapel.

— Installation of a storm drain at Little Wolf Creek on South Auburn Street will slow traffic from East McKnight to Whiting Street Tuesday through Sept. 6. It may be necessary to close South Auburn to traffic.

Call 1-800 427-7623;


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