Water and Drain Work Begins July 10 on Adams Street
Commuters Urged to Seek Alternate Routes
Work to rehabilitate the water main, through a cleaning and lining process, and replace the drainage system on Adams Street between Granite Avenue and the Quincy line will begin on Monday, July 10th, the Milton Engineering Department announced today. The project is expected to continue through the fall.
Commuters who regularly travel on Adams Street are urged to find alternate routes.
Work between Church Street and the Quincy line will take place during normal business hours, Monday through Friday. Work between Granite Avenue and Church Street will occur between 7:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m., Monday through Thursday. Water mains will also be replaced on Washington Street and Rockwell Avenue.
Milton police traffic details will be on-site through the project, with the roadway being kept open to at least westbound traffic at all times. Parking will be maintained in areas where work is not occurring.
Notifications, which will include project contact information, will be delivered next week to project abutters. Residents and businesses can also visit the DPW homepage on the Town of Milton website (www.townofmilton.org) beginning next week for project information, or email email@example.com to be added to a project email distribution list.
The contractor for the project is A. Vozzella & Sons of Brockton.