Hamilton drivers impacted by construction projects

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Drivers in Hamilton will be impacted by construction this week, with one project planned through March 27.

South Third Street will be closed Wednesday between Court and High streets from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., as a crew completes asphalt restoration following sewage-pipe repairs that have been made.

Work will happen if weather permits, with “No Parking” signs and a detour posted. Traffic control will be in place during the work.

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Meanwhile, Park Avenue at North D Street began lane restrictions Monday that will continue through March 27.

The lane restrictions will allow flushing and testing of the new water main as part of the North D Street Water Main Replacement Project, according to the city.

That project consists of approximately 550 linear feet of existing cast iron water main that will be replaced with new ductile iron water main. Approximately nine residential water service lines will also be replaced during the project, which is scheduled for completion in April.

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