Monday, November 1, 2010

Two City Projects In The Books

I haven't been up there yet this morning, but Wellesley Avenue from Assembly to Driscoll is supposed to be open again. The street was closed for a construction project to rehabilitate it and replace water mains. The $1 million project was funded by the Federal Government and City of Spokane.

Northwest Boulevard from Alberta to Maple Streets is also open again. A construction project there rehabilitated Northwest Blvd. and installed a concrete intersection at Northwest Blvd. and Cochran St. Drivers may encounter intermittent lane closures while crews stripe the street and finish final detail work.

The $1.9 million project was funded by the 10-Year Street Bond and Spokane Transit Authority.

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