Milling of Old Salem Road begins




<strong>The John R. Jurgensen Company began grinding off the existing surface of Old Salem Road early Wednesday morning to prepare the road for a new layer of asphalt. The work will take place between Union and Taywood roads July 5 through July 7.</strong>

The John R. Jurgensen Company began grinding off the existing surface of Old Salem Road early Wednesday morning to prepare the road for a new layer of asphalt. The work will take place between Union and Taywood roads July 5 through July 7.


Ron Nunnari | AIM Media Midwest

CLAYTON — Workers with the John R. Jurgensen Company began milling the existing surface of Old Salem Road early Thursday morning in preparation of laying a new layer of asphalt.

The grinding and paving of Old Salem will take place July 5, 6 and possibly July 7 between Union and Taywood roads. Crews will be performing the work from curb to curb one block at a time.

The road will be closed to traffic during this project. Motorists should plan to use other routes to reach their planned destinations during these three days.

The John R. Jurgensen Company began grinding off the existing surface of Old Salem Road early Wednesday morning to prepare the road for a new layer of asphalt. The work will take place between Union and Taywood roads July 5 through July 7.
http://www.englewoodindependent.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/26/2018/07/web1_OldSalem.jpgThe John R. Jurgensen Company began grinding off the existing surface of Old Salem Road early Wednesday morning to prepare the road for a new layer of asphalt. The work will take place between Union and Taywood roads July 5 through July 7. Ron Nunnari | AIM Media Midwest

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