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Posted on: February 5, 2020

Portion of Robinson Road Closed For Emergency Repairs; Expect Delays

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The 3200 block of Robinson Road is closed to traffic in both directions so that crews can make an emergency repair to the concrete pavement damaged by a local contractor who was installing a 12-inch sanitary sewer line without prior notification to staff as required by City policy.

Staff has issued a temporary stop-work order to the company, Statewide Services, Inc., who is a contractor for a nearby development. Once Statewide crews restore the damaged concrete, their project will be reevaluated for next steps.

Weather permitting, crews will reopen the road by Friday, Feb. 7. A temporary driving surface will be installed in the interim until the roadway is restored to its pre-existing condition. City staff is monitoring the repairs and advises residents and motorists that there may be traffic delays in the area.

Robinson Road

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