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Paving moves ahead in city

September 13, 2013

The city of Dunkirk did little paving in 2012 and Mayor Anthony J. Dolce told Common Council at its first September meeting that won’t be the case this year....

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rumblefish

Sep-14-13 3:35 AM

grant money, grant money, we ask why the city has not received any word from HUD, wait we know why and so does the mayor and council, other wise why wait this long to do token paving

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PR24601

Sep-13-13 1:13 PM

Christopher, that's the only block of King St. worth looking at. Good luck getting middle and lower King paved. Or shoot, any part of King.

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Santora

Sep-13-13 11:57 AM

Sooo here it is Friday Sept 13 and we're hearing that paving is about ready to begin in the City in a couple of weeks meaning the end of September----just in time to be ready for the snow plows to rip it all up......absolutely brilliant!!!

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PhilJulian

Sep-13-13 9:31 AM

For most of my life I have been traveling on Willowbrook Ave. from Brigham to Central Ave. at least once per day. The stretch between Swan St. and Brigham Road is now and has always been in terrible shape with poor drainage, bumps and patches galore. I have to wonder why this important connection to Central Ave. and entrance to Special Metals Corp. is still being ignored in the re-paving process.

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ILuvThisTown

Sep-13-13 8:59 AM

Heyyyy, congratulations! It took them 20 months, but Mayor Dolce & his administration finally did SOMETHING in the city besides paperwork! Now, if only he/they can graduate to a project that is a bit more "proactive/new/development" since street paving is considered a yearly regular maintenance job.

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225522

Sep-13-13 6:59 AM

Looks like good things happy when the "Grant Money" is awarded. Otherwise, Dunlirk might be a ghost town !

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Christopher

Sep-13-13 6:36 AM

You could break your teeth on King St. from Benton to Tenney. Brick streets are anachronism's, nobody fixes them, the patches are just like speed bumps.

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