JAMESTOWN – Road construction season is winding down in Chautauqua County, but at least one more major project remains underway.
The effort to repave Route 60 in Kiantone and Jamestown is moving along and Jamestown DPW director Jeff Lehman says that state contracted road crews will complete the milling work of the roadway and expected to pave the 4 mile stretch starting next week.
Route 60 connects the south county to the north county and starts just south of the city line in Kiantone. It runs along much of Foote Ave. in the city before connecting to the Washington Street Arterial, going across the Washington Street bridge and then shifting over to North Main Street where it continues north out of the city.
The portion that is being repaved includes the entire roadway south of the Washington Street Bridge.
The state is in charge of the project, and has contracted with Lakeshore Paving to complete the work.
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