Sandy Myers 540-332-9201
Ken Slack 540-332-9264
Oct. 12, 2010
CHURCHVILLE AVENUE REOPENING DELAYED ONE DAY
STAUNTON – The reopening of Churchville Avenue to two-way traffic in Staunton is being delayed by one day due to pavement marking work. The pavement marking was anticipated to finish on Oct. 11 but now that work will not be complete until later causing Churchville Avenue to open to traffic on Oct. 13 rather than the previously announced date of Oct. 12.
Traffic signals have been activated.
A ribbon-cutting to celebrate this project completion will be held on Oct. 18 at 10:00 a.m. at the corner of Churchville Avenue and North Augusta Street. Parking will be available at the Staunton Public Library located at 1 Churchville Avenue. Scheduled speakers include Delegate Dickie Bell, City of Staunton Mayor, Lacy King, Steve Owen, and Staunton City Manager.
This event is weather permitting. The public is welcome to attend.
In the case of inclement weather please check the Churchville Avenue Project Page by going to www.VirginiaDOT.org. On the left side click on VDOT Projects and Studies link, click on Staunton district and then click on Staunton – Churchville Avenue (Route 250).
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