The Vermont Agency of Transportation will begin repaving Morrisville’s Class 1 highways the week of June 17.

On the list are all or parts of Upper and Lower Main, Park, Elmore, Portland, Bridge and Brooklyn streets.

Some of the work will be done at night to minimize the impact on businesses. Night paving is planned on Lower Main Street from Randolph Road to the four-way intersection, Upper Main Street from the four-way intersection to the veteran’ memorial, Portland Street from the four-way intersection down to Bridge Street, and Bridge Street between Portland and Brooklyn streets.

More residential roads will be paved during the day. Those include Brooklyn Street between Bridge and Harrel streets, Upper Main/Elmore Street up to the Demars Road intersection, Park Street out to the village limits and Lower Main Street from Randolph Road out to the intersection with Jersey Way.

Crews will be in the village the week of June 10, setting up signs and doing prep work for the job. Once the work actually begins, workers will mill down 2 inches of pavement, and several new coats of asphalt will be laid down.

All work should be done by Aug. 31.

Reporter • News & Citizen • Stowe Reporter • Waterbury Record

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