Despite setbacks, Maple Street renovations under budget, ahead of schedule

NORWICH – Construction and renovation is well underway on Maple Street and despite unexpected and costly setbacks, city officials say work thus far is still under budget and ahead of schedule.



City workers and NYSEG employees set out to make extensive renovations to Maple Street earlier this summer. Plans were laid out to repair the deteriorating roadway, restore curbs and sidewalks and replace rotting gas, sewer and water mains – a project that originally came with an estimated price tag of $500,000 for work, materials and services. It’s a big undertaking, explained Department of Public Works Superintendent Carl Ivarson, but a necessary measure to restore some of the city’s deteriorating infrastructure.


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