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Traffic, parking restrictions in place for slurry seal work beginning Sept. 28

Staff reports

The town will begin placing slurry seal on 5th Street, Elm Street, 2nd Street and streets within the Govern Farms Subdivision, Ridge West Subdivision and County Farms Subdivision Sept. 28.

"Residents living on these streets will be impacted directly and those that travel on these streets will see periodic traffic control," according to a news release from the town of Windsor.

Residents in those areas will be notified 24-48 hours prior to any work adjacent to their property and/or work that will impact their parking.

Streets will not be completely closed to traffic however; there will be some restrictions on movement to allow the slurry seal to set up. Once the work is completed and the no parking signs are removed, parking will again be permitted.

Any existing striping will be removed a few days prior to the seal installation. Temporary tabs will be installed after the seal is placed.

Staff recommends motorists use alternative routes were possible.

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A-1 Chipseal will perform the work.

For more information on the project or other traffic alerts visit http://www.windsorgov.com/trafficalerts.

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