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Posted on: September 16, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Complete Streets Construction Update

Weather Pending: the south side of Milllburn Ave will have concrete being poured from Schultz to Haagen Daz starting at 7am on Monday 10/3. Expect traffic delays as Millburn Ave will be one lane.

Complete Streets Construction Update 10/3/2016
Over the next week Flanagan’s Construction will be working on the following tasks:
Construct new sidewalks and curbs along the south side of Millburn Ave
Preparing lighting conduits on the south side of Millburn Ave
Setting granite sections on Main Street
Striping roadway on Main Street
*During this time access to stores on the south side of Millburn Ave (from the corner of Main St and Millburn Ave to Häagen-Dazs) will periodically have limited access due to the demolition of sidewalks. This is for pedestrian safety. If possible, please use backdoor access to stores.

Work completed during the week of 9/26/2016:
Continuing to demo and prepare new sidewalks along the south side of Millburn Ave
Installed drain inlets on the south side of Millburn Ave
Set basalt pavers on Main Street
Installed ADA ramps and curbing on Main Street corners

Businesses on the south side of Millburn Ave are open!
Green Nectar Juicery
Millburn Frame Shop
Daren Michaels Jewelry
Elements for Style
Avalon Salon
Trend Consignment
Roxy Shoes
Bedazzeled Jewelry
Bow Tie Cinemas
Gambert Custom Shirts
Emack & Bolios
Schultz & Blaustein
DH Lighting

REMINDER: Main Street, between Essex Street and Millburn Ave, has been open for vehicular traffic and pedestrian traffic. Please be aware, the following traffic patterns regarding Main Street have changed:
• No left turn from Millburn Ave. to Main St.
• No left turn from Essex St. to Main St.
• No left turn from Main St. to Essex St.

Phase 1 of Complete Streets construction is expected to last through the fall with an anticipated completion date in November. The Downtown area will remain open for business and pedestrian foot traffic during construction.

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