The old concrete lines -- replaced now with PVC -- were located under Lane, Wingfoot and Clearwater streets. Trenches were dug through the pavement, then refilled with dirt and covered with gravel.
Wednesday, work began to repair the roads and prepare them for repaving. As part of that process, the contractor is also milling the roads -- grinding off several layers of asphalt left from multiple years of repaving projects.
The milling was mostly completed on Clearwater and Wingfoot streets Thursday. Milling work is expected to continue on Lane Street today.
Once the milling work is done, repaving will begin. That process is expected to be completed next week.
Residents of those streets are reminded to park their cars off the streets in order to keep the work area clear for heavy machinery. Cars left parked on the street are subject to being towed.
Notification was hand delivered to each address earlier this week and left taped to front doors of each home in the neighborhood.