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FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public Works announced the construction scheduled for the week of April 4.

All work is weather permitting.

Work includes Framingham DPW and utility work.

Arlington Street Infrastructure Design: A City hired contractor will survey Arlington, Summit, Eames, and Herbert Streets, and Wellington Avenue. Expect minor delays.

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Edgell Road Gas Main Replacement: Eversource gas will mobilize and begin replacing the gas main on Edgell Road between the Nobscot intersection and Donovan Drive. Expect moderate delays. Lane shifts and a one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect.

Leland and Irving Streets Sidewalk Improvements: A City hired contractor will begin excavating for new sidewalks. Expect minor delays. Police details will be on-site to facilitate traffic.

Mt. Wayte Avenue Gas Main and Regulator Pit Replacement (Between Union Avenue and Franklin Street) – Eversource Gas: Eversource will continue gas main work on Mt. Wayte Avenue. Expect moderate delays. A partial road closure will be in effect on Mt. Wayte Avenue eastbound. Traffic traveling eastbound will be detoured.

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Nobscot Intersection Improvements: The City’s contractor will continue installing drainage on Edmands Road and Eversource Electric will relocate aerial wires on Water Street. Expect moderate delays. Lane shifts and a one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect.

Sewer Manhole Inspections: A City hired consultant will conduct sewer manhole inspections near Pleasant and Temple Streets, Edmands Road, and in the Pheasant Hill, Tech Park, and Crossing Boulevard areas. Expect minor delays at times.

Wood Terrace Water Main Replacement: City hired contractor will mobilize and begin prepping for water main replacement. Wood Terrace will be open to residents and emergency vehicles only during construction.

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Susan Petroni is the former editor for SOURCE. She is the founder of the former news site, which as of May 1, 2023, is now a self-publishing community bulletin board. The website no longer has a journalist but a webmaster.