Paving taking place this week in downtown

Amy Cherry
Staff Writer

Paving is slated to begin tonight in downtown St. Marys as part of PennDOT's multi-site project encompassing three counties.
Today marks the second week of the project with milling work completed last week.
The paving schedule is anticipated to follow the same schedule as the milling process.
Crews will begin work on Brusselles Street starting from John Street to the South Michael Street intersection on Monday. Tuesday work will move onto South Michael Street to North Michael Street from Sheetz to the Apollo Theatre followed by Wednesday's schedule of paving state Route 255 north from the top of the Diamond to the intersection of state Route 120. On Thursday, paving concludes on state Route 255 south from the intersection of state Route 120 to Railroad Street.
According to Garnet M. Ninosky, PennDOT safety press officer, the project was awarded to Grannas Brothers of Hollidaysburg.
The project is part of a $7.7 million PennDOT milling and paving project taking place at 32 sites throughout Elk, Cameron and Clearfield counties.
Work began in June with the overall completion date slated for Nov. 3.