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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown road paving nearly finished – for now

Thursday, November 04, 2010

Linglestown road paving nearly finished – for now

On this cold and wet Thursday, it seems like a good time to update the Linglestown improvement projects based on my observations during frequent walks through the village.

Paving appears to have been completed on Linglestown Road. The westbound lane continues to be closed to traffic while sidewalks are constructed on the north side of the road. The final layer of asphalt won’t be applied until next spring.

Raspberry Alley
, which runs along the north side of Koons Park, was repaved last week on both sides of N. Mountain Road. The alley needed to be repaved as part of a sewer project that took place during the summer.

Work has begun to pave Blackberry Alley from Blue Mountain Parkway to N. Mountain Road. According to a reader, the project has temporarily blocked several residents along Linglestown Road from using their garages and driveways. (Linglestown Road was supposed to be open in both directions before work started on the alley.) It looks like some residents are parking in the new municipal parking lot next to Linglestown Life church.

Linglestown Road is pictured about a block east of the square.



At 8:30 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


At 10:31 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

when will the road finally open? why cant they open the section between Blue Mountain and Mountain Road to make things easier?

At 8:12 PM, Blogger  said...

I've been told that two-way traffic should be restored on Route 39 in Linglestown no later than Thanksgiving.

Patch paving needs to be done to get the road ready for winter. The paving work will start after all sidewalks have been poured.

Posted 11/13/10


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