| 30 sec read | by Doug Marrin, firstname.lastname@example.org |
From the City of Dexter in a community-wide email earlier this afternoon:
“Central Street has reopened to traffic as of 2 pm today (November 7, 2019). Due to the low temperatures and precipitation, some of the pavement markings were not able to be completed. These will likely not be finished until Spring. We thank the community for your patience during this project.”
In an email sent to The Sun Times, the City also updated the status of the pedestrian crosswalk signals being installed.
The signal at the crosswalk on Baker Road at the traffic island is operational. The signal on Dan Hoey Rd. at Dongara was damaged by a semi. It is expected to take 6-8 weeks to get a new one. The Ann Arbor St. crosswalk signal at Kensington is waiting for a component in order to become operational. No word yet on when the part will arrive. The signal on Dan Hoey at Lexington is operational.
The City has made payment to DTE for the installation of additional lighting on Dan Hoey Rd. at Lexington and at Dongara as well as the Baker Rd. pedestrial island. No timeline yet as to when that will be installed.