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Paving to begin on Braddock Street

WINCHESTER -- As part of the city's infrastructure reconstruction project, a portion of Braddock Street will be repaved beginning today.

Paving of Braddock between Cork and Gerrard streets begins this morning and will continue through Tuesday. However, no work will be completed during the weekend, according to a city news release.

The street will not be closed during repaving, the release says. When possible, one lane will remain open for traffic.

The one-way road, along with Cameron Street, eventually will be striped for two-way traffic. Paving will be completed by the Stuart M. Perry Paving Co.

The work is being completed as part of the city's downtown utility infrastructure improvements project. Contractors must meet an Oct. 24 deadline for all work on Braddock and Cameron streets, according to the city's Web site.

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