Area road construction and closure information for this week:
City of Clovis
Beginning Monday, Norris Street will be open to traffic between Mollie Circle And Wilhite Road.
Norris Street will be closed from the south side of Mollie Circle to Llano Estacado beginning Monday for reconstruction of the area which will begin with utility relocations as well as the installation of storm drains in the area. During construction, residents living in the Raintree Subdivision will need to use Woodlark Road to Llano Estacado Boulevard to exit and enter the subdivision. Pedestrian traffic for Mesa Elementary should use the east alleyway adjacent to Norris Street. Accommodations will be made to safely cross the construction at the drainage channel.
The Norris Street improvement project is scheduled for completion in January 2014.
Should you have any questions regarding this matter, please contact Mr. Justin Howalt, City of Clovis Engineer, at (575) 769-2376 (extension 1828) or e-mail email@example.com.
Curry County Road Department will be preparing Curry Road D from N.M. 523 to Curry Road 14 and Curry Road E from Curry Road 10 to N.M. 523, both for chip seal. Please be aware of workers and heavy equipment in those areas.
Curry County is still shredding bar ditches around the County and patching pot holes. Observe all posted speed limits and use extreme caution around areas workers are present.
State and Federal
On Monday in addition to the construction work in downtown Portales, Constructors Inc. will be removing asphalt on First Street between Avenue B and Avenue C, on Second Street in front of businesses, and from Avenue A to Boston.
With the construction continuing in this area expect the temporary closure of Main Street off of Third Street with no through traffic onto Main Street. The traffic signals on Second Street will also be removed. Please expect some congestion in this area. This closure will remain in effect for the month of August.
For up-to-date information on construction projects in New Mexico, go to the NMDOT road advisory website at www.nmroads.com or dial 511. Constructors Inc. will have updated information on this Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ciconstructors.
The Department asks that motorists please use caution and obey posted speed limits in constructions zones.
Anyone with questions or comments regarding this project may contact Richard Gonzales, project manager for the New Mexico Department of Transportation, 356-0047, or John Guldemann, project manager for Constructors, Inc., 356-9096.
— Wire reports