About half a dozen city streets in Auburn will be paved starting Monday, Sept. 17.
The city of Auburn released the list of streets to that will be repaved as part of the annual road improvement program Friday. Those streets include:
• Cottage Street from North Division Street to Washington Street
• Mahaney Avenue from Van Anden Street to Seymour Street
• North Herman Avenue from Franklin Street to Tyler Drive
• South Marvine Avenue from Genesee Street to Walnut Street
• Dennis Street from Kearney Avenue to Lake Avenue
• Fitch Avenue from 58 Fitch Ave. to South Street
• Oak Street from Cottrell Street to Ashbaugh Avenue
• Englewood Avenue from Lexington Avenue to Kensington Avenue
The contractor, Villager Construction, will start milling the streets, beginning with the top of the list and working their way down. It is expected to take two days to get through all the streets, according to the city's press release, though work is weather dependent. Flyers will be delivered to residents of the above streets notifying them of the work and informing them not to park on the streets on Monday and Tuesday.
After milling, Rizzo Construction will begin patching, then paving the first layer of asphalt. They will adjust all of the utility holes, catch basins, driveway aprons and add curbing where specified. When everything is adjusted, the streets will be ready for final pavement, according to the press release.
The city advises motorists and pedestrians to use caution and expect some delays navigating through the construction areas. For more information, contact city engineer Scott McIntyre at (315) 255-4133, (315) 604-6093 or firstname.lastname@example.org.