• Brownsburg’s part of SR 267 project nearing completion. State’s part of project may wait until spring.

    September 28, 2011 No comments

    The Town of Brownsburg has completed the repair and replacement of the over 60 year-old drinking water pipes and sanitary sewer lines on State Road 267 from 56th Street to Thornleigh Dr. Travellers should still expect lane closures through Friday of this week as the Town’s contractor patches and repairs pavement.

    The Town’s work is expected to be completed by September 30 as originally anticipated.

    The State’s paving contractor will soon begin its work to prep the road for its mill and fill project. The State’s contractor has until November 23 to work on the paving project yet this fall, but INDOT has indicated that it may complete the mill and fill next spring.

  • Comments are closed.

Click to Open Browser Player

Local Weather

XRB Radio Weekly Newsletter

Sign up to receive our weekly emails regarding local news and sports, events, and specials offers - just for our friends in Hendricks County.

 

  • Facebook
  • Twitter