Kenhorst Borough Road Work

Kenhorst Borough’s 2012 Road Paving Project will take place the week of September 24th-September 28th weather permitting. The road work includes milling and paving the following areas:

  • Upland Avenue from New Holland Road to Jackson Street - Access to Upland Avenue from New Holland Rd, Jackson, Commonwealth and Broadway will be blocked.

In addition, the following three intersections will be paved:

  • Broadway Blvd at Tyrone
  • Milford Ave at Cortland
  • Milford Ave at Lacrosse

The work is expected to be completed within three days - milling the first day, paving the next day and the third day for sealing/line striping.
The Contractor will leave a lane open during the work on Upland for emergency vehicles and Upland Avenue residents to access their properties.

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