Maple Street to see extensive overhaul this year

NORWICH – Residents along Maple Street can expect to see a significant amount of work done by NYSEG and the city DPW this summer as the city strides to improve deteriorating parts of its infrastructure.



Work to create a layout of Maple Street for land surveyors is already underway. The proposed project comes with an extensive amount of work which includes street re-paving, restoring curbs and sidewalks, and replacing deteriorating gas, sewer and water mains – repairs that will bring the total cost of the project to nearly $500,000. It’s a sweeping amount of work, but it’s all in desperate need of repair, according to Superintendent of Public Works Carl Ivarson.


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