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Sussex, Menomonee Falls area road construction gets into gear

Several construction projects are planned in the area this summer.

Several construction projects are planned in the area this summer.

June 3, 2014

Village of Butler

No projects are planned.

Village of Lannon

There are no major road repair projects scheduled in the village, according to Lannon officials.

Town of Lisbon

Construction is expected to begin later this summer, including resurfacing of all streets in the Hidden Oaks (1), Mt. Vernon (2), Phyllis Way (3), Beacon Hill (4), and Walnut Road (5) subdivisions.

There will be crack filling and other repairs on Plainview (6), Hillside (7), Mary Hill (8), Lake Five (9) roads as well as roads in the Celtic Ridge (10) and Ironwood West (11) subdivisions.

Village of Menomonee Falls

Road construction projects are expected to begin in June and end in early September.

Costs for the segments of the project are as follows: curb and gutter: $240,200; reclaimed asphalt: $199,900; boiler slag: $348,200 and road paving: $839,700. For information on where the projects will take place, visit the village website at: www.menomonee-falls.org

No road closures or detours are expected; however temporary lane closures may occur.

Village of Sussex

Construction was expected to begin in May, with resurfacing and other repairs of all streets in the Old Mill, Lingelbach, Olde Town and Stonefield subdivisions (12).

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