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Pavement Preservation Project for Spreckelsville Starts Monday

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A project to preserve roadways on Pāʻani and Nonohe places in Spreckelsville will begin March 9 and continue 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday for about a month, the Department of Public Works announced.

Full lane closures are expected on Pāʻani Place only from March 9 to 13. Repaving work will be done on Pāʻani from Nonohe Place to the Sugar Cove rear entrance.

Single-lane closures will affect Nonohe Place from March 16 to April 10, according to project plans. Roadwork will be done on Nonohe from Pāʻani Place to Hāna Highway.

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In active work areas, no parking will be allowed on roadway shoulders. Driveway access will be impacted by nearby roadwork. Residents are asked to shut off roadside water irrigation systems and to reschedule home appointments or maintenance that may need direct vehicle access to homes.

Wet weather conditions may impact the project work schedule.

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