Update on Mid-Cape Gas Main Replacement Project

Here's what's happening this week...

First published by the Town of Yarmouth:

National Grid and R H White construction crews will continue work on the Mid Cape Gas Main Replacement Project during the week of May 14, 2018 in the following locations:
Crews will continue installing pipe on in Great Western Road in Yarmouth toward Highbank Road.
Crews will continue installing pipe on Upper County Road in South Dennis.
Crews will continue to install pipe on Queen Anne Road in Harwich heading toward Main Street.
Crews will again be installing pipe on White’s Path in Yarmouth on and near company property.
A Crew is installing pipe on Depot Street in Harwich between Great Western Road and Main Street. Working in conjunction with the Harwich Police department, traffic will be detoured away from Depot Street from the intersection of Main Street and Queen Anne Road. Traffic will also be detoured away from traveling north on Depot Street from Great Western Road in Harwich. Local residents and businesses will have access to their properties as directed by police detail officers.
Road signage has been installed in order to inform residents and travelers of possible delays in the affected areas. 
All anticipated construction work is weather permitting. Questions regarding decisions on weather-related matters should be directed to Bill Ciocca at 508-726-0197 or by email at [email protected]
This notice is meant to inform you of the expected locations and activities of the Mid Cape Gas Main Replacement project construction crews in your town. Any changes to the expected construction plan will be communicated to you as soon as possible.
Any questions regarding the Mid Cape Construction project should be directed to the following people:
Larry McGrath at 617-894-3192 or by email at [email protected]


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