Roadwork is nearly complete

By 
MITCH MAERSCH
Ozaukee Press Staff

Sod installation is all that’s left of the two-year Main Street reconstruction project  in the Village of Belgium.

The final gravel installation has been completed and the barricades have been picked up, Director of Public Works Dan Birenbaum said.

Sod will be put in about a dozen places in spring since the winter weather doesn’t allow for it to grow, he said.

That work would have already been done if the project wasn’t delayed by two elements.

Frontier Communications took four to six weeks to have wire delivered for splicing and the Union Pacific Railroad took months to approve a permit to do work near the railroad crossing.

The project started last year and was stretched over two years to secure state funding.

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