Cambria roadwork postponed

ktanner@thetribunenews.comOctober 30, 2013 

Resurfacing of some Cambria streets with an asphalt micro-surfacing treatment due to begin earlier this week was delayed by rain Monday, Oct. 28, and is now set to start Tuesday, Nov. 5.

The treatment is planned for Main Street from Cornwall to Cambria Drive; the full length of Ardath Drive; streets on Park Hill and Marine Terrace; roadways in the McCabe Drive-Lucille Avenue area; Oxford Avenue to Trenton Street area; and in the Wilton Drive-Ramsey Avenue loop, including inner streets.

The $688,120 county project also includes micro-surfacing of some roadways in Avila Beach and Templeton.

A $3.5 million county project to build a new Main Street bridge across Santa Rosa Creek is on schedule, according to Project Manager Michael Boyce.

He said Friday, Oct. 25, that he expects structural work would be finished by the end of the month, with erosion control, drainage work and structural backfill keeping crews busy until the Friday before Thanksgiving week, weather permitting, when environmental restrictions on working in the creek are to put the project on hold until late spring or early summer.

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