Bradley summer construction announced
The village of Bradley recently announced the various street improvements that are scheduled for this summer, using Motor Fuel Tax (MFT) funds acquired when village residents buy gas.
The work will include replacing damaged curbs and sidewalk, and improving the asphalt with a mill and overlay surface on Georgetown Drive and Potomac Place. The crews will also crack-seal several streets in the Quail Run subdivision.
In addition to repairing the hardscape and street surfaces, workers will repaint pavement markings on various streets within the village. This will include center lines, crosswalks, direction arrows and stop bars.
The month-long project began on July 5. Village residents should use caution while passing through or past construction zones. Coned off work areas, detours and flagmen will direct traffic around the construction zones as needed while work is in progress. Speed limits may be reduced to ensure the workers' safety; the lower speed limits will be enforced by the village police department.
The streets selected for improvements were determined by the roads' current condition and immediate needs.
Questions and concerns regarding the street improvements and painting may be directed to the Village Public Words Department at 815-933-3715.
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