On Monday, March 5, the Colorado Department of Transportation will begin a bridge maintenance project on Colorado Highway 92 over the North Fork of the Gunnison River near Hotchkiss. Work is scheduled through late May, weather permitting.
The contributions made by the local energy industry were highlighted last week as a ribbon cutting ceremony was conducted for the new Jay Avenue Bridge. Attending were town officials, special guests, and members of the public.
In a report to the town board, the Cedaredge Public Works Department reports that the Jay Avenue bridge opened for Memorial Day weekend. Town staff, contractors, and the engineer met on-site on June 6 to discussing striping issues, the report stated.
Work was halted on the Jay Avenue bridge replacement last week after an equipment operator hit a main water line and a sewer line and both had to be repaired. Also, the long President's Day weekend was being used as a pause in construction activity to complete a set of final plans for the project, trustees were told.
Work crews got a good start under clearing weather on the project to replace the one-lane Jay Avenue bridge at Cedaredge
The project's original cost estimate was $542,000.
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