Kingston announces list of street to be paved in coming weeks

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KINGSTON – Mayor Steven Noble and the Superintendent of Public Works, Edward Norman, have announced the first round of paving of Kingston streets in 2020. Beginning the week of May 11, 2020, and weather depending, six streets will be milled and paved.

Work is slated for Tietjen Avenue, Teller Street, Deyo Street, Colonial Drive, Stuyvesant Drive, and Sheehan Court.

DPW crews are currently working in these areas in preparation for paving by Callanan Industries. There may be detours and changes in traffic patterns, and there will be parking restrictions adjacent to Colonial Drive. Property owners and residents will be notified by mail and are advised to keep all vehicles off the street during paving.

“Even during this difficult time, the men and women of our DPW are providing necessary services and doing important work for this community,” said Mayor Noble. “Though much of the state is on PAUSE, municipal roads, bridges, and other infrastructure work can continue. We’re grateful to have the resources to improve our beautiful city at a time where there will be minimal disruption.”

Roadwork is scheduled to be completed by May 22, weather depending. The next round of paving is expected to be announced in the next couple of weeks.