On Monday night, the Jamestown City Council approved a contract with R. Patti Concrete & Excavating for reconstruction work of an area of the street between Washington and Lafayette Streets.
The cost will not exceed $167,000.
Mayor Sam Teresi said potholes have been an ongoing problem on that section of the street, largely due to a poor street foundation. The work that will take place in the coming weeks will finally address the issue, and will put an end to recurring potholes that seem to crop up in that area on a regular basis.
A complete listing of street projects for the 2018 city street construction and repair season is expected to come forward next month.