Paving work to start up again in Chatham Nov. 12

Milling and repaving along Old Queen Anne Road will last until Nov. 18

With a section of sewer work complete, milling and paving will begin on Wednesday, November 12 in Chatham in the Old Queen Anne Road area.  On Wednesday, milling and preparation work will be done on Old Queen Anne Road between Herndon Road and Captain Kendrick Drive.  This work will also include the intersection at Route 137, according to a Chatham DPW notice. 

The pavement milling is scheduled to last two days. On Friday, November 14, pavement milling and preparation will begin on Chipping Stone Road between Old Queen Anne Road and Wading Place. 

Weather-permitting, paving will begin on Old Queen Anne Road between Herndon Road and Captain Kendrick Drive (including the Route 137 intersection) on Monday, November 17. On Tuesday, November 18, paving will begin on Chipping Stone Road between Old Queen Anne Road and Wading Place.

Work will be done on weekdays between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m. All roads will be open to through traffic in the evening and over the weekend. Residents will be allowed complete access throughout each stage of the paving project.

During the hours work is being done, signage will be in place and police officers will be present to assist motorists.

The work is part of the town's collection system construct project. Complete information is available on the project website here. See the zone map here.


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