City paving moves to different street sections
HUNTINGTON -- Paving in the city of Huntington moved to new street sections this week.
Crews began working on Wednesday on 8th Street in Altizer, Parkway Drive in Arlington Park, 5th Avenue in Guyandotte from the railroad tracks to Hillside Drive, 21st Street between 4th and 5th Avenues and East Piedmont Drive.
City officials said these projects will continue for the next several weeks and could create traffic delays.
This summer, the city has scheduled a total of 33 paving projects that will cost more than $900,000, with some already started or complete. That includes four blocks of 12th Street in front of Ritter Park, Forest Road and Chestnut Street, Norway Avenue from Avondale Road to 800 block, 1600 block of Ritter Boulevard, Camelot Drive, Crestmont Drive, Military Road and Upper Washington Boulevard.
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