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Stop Bar Restriping

This week, Concrete Products and Construction began working on the annual stop bar and crosswalk restriping program in the Palmetto area of the community. Concrete Products and Construction also restriped the parking spaces on Lake Street in The Village. The purpose of the stop bar/line pavement reflective striping program is to ensure the safety of community members and guests by distinguishing the point in which vehicular and pedestrian traffic must stop before entering into an intersection. This program is completed annually and is funded through the department’s operational budget.

Mailbox and Sign Painting Program- Contract

To date, JF Paint (Flowers Painting) has completed approximately 70% of the mailbox posts and 65% of the yard plaques within this year’s project scope. The contractor will be working along Mercer Road to Magnolia Crossing and Bartram Road South to Twiggs Lane next week.

2022 Storm Drain Project

Pending material delivery for the project, Southeast Pipe is scheduled to line the storm drain pipes on Willeford Drive next week.

Tidewater Square Maintenance and Closure

On Monday, Applied Concrete and Absolute Concrete began working on the repair and replacement of damaged, uplifting bricks in the roadway that have formed potholes and ride-altering bumps on the north end of the square.

All repairs on the north end of the square were completed on Thursday, and the square reopened for vehicular traffic that morning.

This article was originally published by The Landings Association on their website.

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