SANATOGA PA – Although Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ President Bruce Foltz acknowledged drivers in the township “will be inconvenienced for a little while,” potential daytime and overnight delays this week on Buchert and Pleasant View roads will soon result in a smoother ride for vehicles traveling either, he said.
Both are state-owned highways. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will re-pave portions of them beginning Wednesday (Sept. 16, 2015), the township confirmed on its Facebook page. Work involving manholes on the roads will be conducted between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., then paving will be done overnight, beginning at 7 p.m. and ending Thursday at about 5 a.m., it said.
Neither the length or the specific locations of the work was specified.
Foltz took time during the board’s Sept. 8 meeting to announce the re-paving and noted all motorists would benefit despite any possible hold-ups.
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