Roadwork planned in FerdinandOctober 4, 2021
By Herald Staff
FERDINAND — Work on the 2021 Town of Ferdinand Street paving program will begin in various locations on Thursday. Contractor JH Rudolph will be doing milling and patch work Oct. 7-11 on the following streets:
• Virginia Street from West 16th to West 17th
• East Eighth from Main Street (Highway 162) to Delaware
• Michigan Street from East 10th to 14th
• Vienna Drive from East 14th to ¼ mile northeast of Michigan
• East 13th from Maryland to Michigan streets
• East First from Main Street (Highway 162) to 530 feet east of Michigan
• East Sixth from Carolina Street to Florida
• Florida Street from 38 feet north of East Fifth to East Sixth
• West 10th Street from Virginia Street to Main (Highway 162)
• West 11th Street from Missouri Street to Main (Highway 162)
Paving work will then occur, weather permitting, on these streets from October 14-18. Vienna Drive and East Eighth Street will be paved on Oct. 18, to avoid conflict with school zone traffic by Forest Park High School and Ferdinand Elementary. Southeast Dubois Schools are on fall break the week of the 18th to 22nd.
Residents who live along these streets are being asked to park off-street to allow work crews to complete their work. JH Rudolph crews will also be contacting residents in advance to provide another reminder. They appreciate everyone’s cooperation and apologize for any inconvenience.
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