City of Davenport street closure notice


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Posted Online: Oct. 28, 2013, 11:21 am
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Press release submitted by city of Davenport


Starting Monday, October 28, West 14th Street will be closed between Vine Street & Myrtle Street. The closure is needed to allow a private contractor to perform work related to a sewer lateral repair. Local access will remain available. Motorists are advised to follow the signed detour route or use alternate routes until repairs are made and the road reopened on Wednesday, October 30th.

Tuesday, October 29, Lombard Street will be closed between Division Street & Madison Street. The closure is necessary in order for a private contractor to perform work related to a sewer lateral repair. Local access will remain available. Motorists are advised to follow the signed detour route or use alternate routes until repairs are made and the road reopened on Friday, November 1st.



















 




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