Thursday, August 29, 2013

Repaving the Way

Fall is nearly upon us--time for the annual CHIPS (Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Program) repaving project in Hudson. At the Common Council Public Works Committee meeting on Wednesday, DPW superintendent Rob Perry announced the streets that will be milled and paved in 2013.

First Street, from Union to Columbia
Third Street, from Warren to Columbia
City Hall Place, from Warren to Union
Fifth Street, from State to Warren
East Allen Street, from South Fifth to East Court
Sixth Street, from Union to State
McKinstry Place, from Columbia to Green
Paddock Place, from Oakwood to Paddock
Oakwood Boulevard., from Paddock to Parkwood
Seventh Street, from Warren to Union

The project is expected to start soon after September 6 and be completed by November 1. No further information about scheduling is available at this time. 

1 comment:

  1. They will have to consider repaving Rossman Avenue soon, since the dump trucks have created worse surface and torn up the tarmac at
    the corner of Rossman and Prospect Avenue considerably. However,
    I imagine they might be holding off until the new condos on the hill are finished, as there will no doubt be a welter of cement trucks coming up the hill next - and then lumber trucks. In the meantime the residents have to put up with potholes and uneven surface.