Vergennes mulls street-paving and sidewalk projects

VERGENNES — Unknowns ran through Tuesday’s Vergennes City Council discussion — its first — on the upcoming Fiscal Year 2022 budget, which the council will set by June 30 for the following 12 months. But it was clear councilors and Public Works Supervisor Jim Larrow were determined to get more roads paved and sidewalks fixed during the upcoming year, and even before then. Larrow told the council that he has enough money left in his current FY 2021 budget to pay for paving of a number of short city streets be … (read more)

Paving to begin for Vergennes project next week

UPDATE: VTrans announced on Monday that paving scheduled to begin on Tuesday, 8/4 has been postponed due to the weather forecast. It is anticipated that weather and surface conditions will be favorable for paving to begin on Thursday, 8/6. The contractor … (read more)

Vergennes paving means more delays next week

VERGENNES — Daytime paving during the week of July 13 to 17 is once again expected to delay traffic in downtown Vergennes, according to a Vermont Agency of Transportation press release issued late on Thursday. Work during those five days, typically to be … (read more)

City work to focus on sidewalks next week

VERGENNES — Drivers through downtown Vergennes and along West Main Street near the city center can expect delays during the week of July 6 through 10 as workers pour and prep sidewalk and pedestrian bulb-outs in the area. According to a Thursday morning A … (read more)

Upcoming Vergennes paving to focus on downtown

VERGENNES — Work on the Vergennes paving project will focus heavily on the downtown area in the week beginning on June 29, according to a Vermont Agency of Transportation press release issued late Thursday. The months-long $2.66 million project is focused … (read more)

Bristol paving meeting set for May 14

BRISTOL — The Vermont Agency of Transportation (VTrans) will hold a remote public information meeting on Thursday, May 14, at 7 p.m. via Zoom. The purpose of this meeting is to present the public with information on the roadway and sidewalk project in dow … (read more)

Big paving projects put on hold in Vergennes & Bristol

BRISTOL/VERGENNES — Repaving of the main arteries in Addison County’s second and third largest villages, work that had been set to start as soon as next week, has been postponed.  The news came in late afternoon email on Wednesday from Natalie Boyle, spok … (read more)

Major Vergennes paving project to start in April

VERGENNES — If the weather cooperates, a months-long $2.66 million repaving of Vergennes’ main artery will begin as soon as April 1, Vermont Agency of Transportation officials and representatives of contractor J. Hutchins Inc. announced at a Tuesday meeti … (read more)