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Construction work planned for Foster City residential streets
August 21, 2014, 05:00 AM

Foster City residents and motorists are advised that eight street segments will be repaired as part of the Residential Street Improvement Project beginning Aug. 25.

The city will work on short segments of Harvester, Matsonia, Comet, Lurline and Taurus drives; Widgeon and Melbourne streets; and Shad Court.

The work is expected to last six to eight weeks and will include the installation of curb ramps and repaving streets, according to the city.

Construction will normally take place 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, however, there may be times when work activities will take place outside of the normal schedule, according to the city.

The streets may be temporarily closed and street parking will be prohibited during construction days, according to the city. If residents have plans for going on vacation, they should make arrangements to park off the street to avoid having their vehicles towed, according to the city.

For more information visit the city’s website at www.fostercity.org



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