Joshua Morrison/News Pleasant Street, between Gay Street and Mulberry Street, is now open for traffic. The project, which started back in March, was completed this week. Final inspections were done Friday afternoon. The project repaired the brick, installed new water and sewer lines and installed new sidewalks. Trees are expected to be planted soon to replace those that were dead or dying.
Joshua Morrison/News Pleasant Street, between Gay Street and Mulberry Street, is now open for traffic. The project, which started back in March, was completed this week. Final inspections were done Friday afternoon. The project repaired the brick, installed new water and sewer lines and installed new sidewalks. Trees are expected to be planted soon to replace those that were dead or dying.

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Pleasant Street, between Gay Street and Mulberry Street, is now open for traffic. The project, which started back in March, was completed this week. Final inspections were done Friday afternoon. The project repaired the brick, installed new water and sewer lines and installed new sidewalks. Trees are expected to be planted soon to replace those that were dead or dying.

  • Joshua Morrison/News North Main Street is now open to traffic after being closed for over a month while progress continued on the Pleasant Street surface and water line improvement project. Pleasant Street, between Gay and Mulberry streets, remains closed.
  • Joshua Morrison/News North Main Street, between Burgess and Lamartine street, will be closed for eight weeks due to the Pleasant Street reconstruction project. Drivers will have to use Mulberry and Gay streets to get around the construction zone. Detour signs went up this morning.
  • Joshua Morrison/News The Foursquare Church on Main Street has an appropriate sign for this week, “What is your direction this week.” North Main Street, between Burgess and Lamartine street, will be closed for eight weeks due to the Pleasant Street reconstruction project. Drivers will have to use Mulberry and Gay streets to get around the construction zone. Detour signs went up this morning.
  • Joshua Morrison/News New concrete curbs have been installed on West Pleasant Street, between Main and Mulberry streets. The project is expected to be finished in early June.
  • Joshua Morrison/News A special concrete truck was used on the Pleasant Street reconstruction project Friday. The concrete was pumped in and placed strategically for the Canyon Construction crews to smooth out sections at a time. The road base on West Pleasant has been finished, with brick laying starting soon. East Pleasant, between Main and Gay streets will be the next section scheduled for reconstruction.

 

Joshua Morrison: 740-397-5333 or admin@mountvernonnews.com and on Twitter, @mvn_JMorrison

 

 

 

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