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Posted on: November 20, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Clinton Street closure rescheduled for Nov. 27-28

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MUSCATINE, Iowa – The temporary closure of a portion of Clinton Street, between Hershey Avenue and New Hampshire, has been extended through at least Saturday, December 1, 2018.

Triton Plumbing is repairing a sewer line at 1904 Hershey Avenue and ran into thicker concrete than anticipated which required the hiring a contractor to tear it out. The entire project may not be completed until the first of next week depending on weather conditions and construction needs.

The closure was approved by the Muscatine City Council on Nov. 1, 2018.

Drivers are urged to plan for alternate routes during this three-day period and, as always, use caution when travelling around or near construction areas.

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MUSCATINE, Iowa – The weekend snowstorm has delayed a temporary closure of a portion of Clinton Street, between Hershey Avenue and New Hampshire, which was scheduled to begin Monday, Nov. 265. The street will now be closed to traffic for two days (Nov. 27-28) for a sewer repair.

Triton Plumbing will be repairing a sewer line at 1904 Hershey Avenue starting on Tuesday, Nov. 27, with work expected to be completed by the end of the day on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The closure was approved by the Muscatine City Council on Nov. 1, 2018.

Drivers are urged to plan for alternate routes during this three-day period and, as always, use caution when travelling around or near construction areas.

PREVIOUS STORY

MUSCATINE, Iowa – A portion of Clinton Street, between Hershey Avenue and New Hampshire, will be closed to traffic for three days next week due to a sewer repair.

Triton Plumbing will be repairing a sewer line at 1904 Hershey Avenue starting on Monday, Nov. 26, with work completed by the end of the day on Wednesday, Nov. 28. The closure was approved by the Muscatine City Council on Nov. 1, 2018.

Drivers are urged to plan for alternate routes during this three-day period and, as always, use caution when travelling around or near construction areas.


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