MONROE, Conn. -- The Department of Public Works is warning Monroe residents of possible traffic delays for the next two weeks, as work begins on a number of tree-trimming, street sweeping and road patching projects.
From this Monday through Friday, April 8, lawn repair, road work and removal of dangerous, low-hanging branches throughout the town, along with drainage repair on Weather Vane Hill, Hillcrest and Old Zoar roads are expected to cause some minimal delays and alternating traffic.
The approximate work hours on the projects will be from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Plans are subject to change, based on weather and worker availability.
The DPW is reminding residents to slow down while traveling through work zones.
For questions, call 203-452-2814.
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