Sunday, January 13, 2013
The latest 'You Ask, Patch Answers' addresses this question.
Editor's note: In our column "You Ask, Patch Answers," we help you to find answers to your questions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a question that you would like us to investigate. Today, we answer this e-mailed inquiry: I see signs on Route 9 referring to a blasting zone starting Monday. What is happening? Westborough Patch asked Massachusetts Department of Transportation spokesman Sara Lavoie. "MassDOT issued a permit to allow blasting on a parcel adjacent to Route 9. The warning signs are there because Route 9 traffic will be stopped for a short time during the actual blast as a safety precaution," Lavoie says. "We expect traffic delays to be infrequent and for a very short durations. Just to be clear, no work is occurring …
Thursday, November 15, 2012
The road is down to one lane today, though.
The Milk Street closing has moved yet again, this time to Monday, Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon says. Milk Street remains one lane only today, though. Monday, Milk Street near Dairy Queen will be closed to through traffic, Gordon said today in a press release. The road closing was initially set for today, and then Friday. A sewer and water project there is related to the renovation of the former Fayco Kitchen Bath Center and the former Piccadilly Pub into a mixed use building. Friday's traffic delays are expected from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., police say. Police are recommending motorists use alternate routes.
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Water and sewer work related to a building project will close part of Milk to through traffic.
Avoid Milk Street on Thursday, Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon says. Water and sewer upgrades that are part of the Arcade Building renovation will prompt Milk to be closed to through traffic near Dairy Queen, Gordon said Monday in a press release. Motorists should expect delays from about 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Gordon said. Traffic will be sent to Summer Street, then to Phillips Street and back to Milk, he said. "Traffic on Milk Street heading into town will be restricted to one lane on Wednesday," Gordon said. "Traffic will be backed up, so please seek alternate routes." Stonegate Group LLC is renovating the former Fayco Kitchen and Bath Center and an adjacent space, both on Milk Street, into five residential units and about 7,…
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
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Wednesday, October 12, 2011
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