BANGOR- A meeting was held to discuss the city’s plan to repave a portion of Main Street this summer.
They will be milling and paving from Dutton Street to the Hampden town line.
The project will also fix curbs and sidewalks in the area.
The city engineer, John Theriault, says they expect to keep the road open for two-way traffic once work begins in June.
It’s expected to cost around $800,000, but a portion will be paid for by the state.
“That area of road way was under construction this past summer. The water district did a project out there and we also did some sewer work,” Theriault says. “It’s kind of nice to have this project come along because it will hide all the scars from the past project.”
There’s also the Ohio Street Bridge Project, which will begin next month.
Theriault wants to remind people that area will be closed starting Wednesday until next Friday.
There will be detours around the area.