Finish line on the horizon for road reconstruction project

Ozaukee Press Staff

“It’s getting brighter,” Director of Public Works Dan Birenbaum said of the Main Street reconstruction project’s light at the end of the tunnel.

After asphalt was completed midway through this week, crews were scheduled to stripe the road and put down sod on Thursday and Friday.

Next week, boring is slated to be done under the railroad crossing as a precursor to installing storm sewer. It’s last on the list since Ozaukee County had to wait for Union Pacific Railroad to approve a permit to allow work under the crossing.

Street lights are up and running, aside from the two near the crossing, Birenbaum said.

Travelers are urged to take the detour route until the completion of the project. It runs from Highway LL south to Highway A, then to Highway 57  and back to Highway D.



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