Thursday, September 27, 2001

Cheviot makes paving progress

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        CHEVIOT — Two road improvement projects are nearing completion here and three are on the drawing board.

        Steve Neal, Cheviot's safety-service director, said work at Washington Avenue, between Harrison Avenue and Westwood-Northern Boulevard, will be completed by the onset of winter.

        Once that project is done, construction at Phoenix Avenue will be wrapped up as well, he said.

        Both projects fell behind, he said, due to the installation of water mains by the City of Cincinnati.

        The Washington Avenue project was awarded with construction costs estimated at $480,000 and the Phoenix Avenue project at about $280,000.

        The city recently awarded contracts for work on Harding Avenue, Applegate Avenue and Mozart Avenue. Those three streets are to also get new water mains.

        “These three streets will not get done until spring of 2002,” he said. Costs there are estimated to be about $1.2 million.


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