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Dundee roadwork kicks up dust

    DUNDEE—People driving through Dundee starting this past Monday found a dusty mix of road work and multiple construction vehicles.
    While two light-up sign boards announced the work last week and warned drivers to expect long delays, the project was not publicized on the New York State Department of Transportation’s Web site. DOT Resident Engineer Tim Alimossy explained the project not being listed on the DOT’s Web site database was an error. It was fixed and added later on Monday, July 11.
    Alimossy said the department is completely milling down Route 14A within the village’s limits and replacing the asphalt. He said the condition of the road had deteriorated too badly and needed to be replaced.
     The workers started at the north end of Route 14A, at the Dundee school’s entrance on Monday, and worked south. The project resulted in one-lane traffic and some side roads being blocked off at 14A/Water Street.
    Alimossy said the work is expected to last until Friday, July 22. He added the project costs $285,000.



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