UPDATE: Batesville Street Repaving Project Delayed Until Tuesday
By Mike Perleberg
Update posted Monday, August 11 at 10:50 a.m.:
Folks in Batesville take notice. The Batesville Street Department is changing up the schedule for a street repaving project.
The repaving of about a dozen streets was to begin Monday, but rainy weather has postponed the start of work until Tuesday morning, August 12.
Residents on those affected streets listed below will be able to park their vehicles on the street Monday, but must move them off the street by 7:00 Tuesday morning.
The repaving project is expected to last through the week.
Original story posted Thursday, August 7 at 8:37 a.m.:
(Batesville, Ind.) – Many Batesville residents are being asked to park off the street Thursday and Friday, August 7 and 8.
Tim Macyauski, Director of Operations for the Batesville Street Department, said construction crews will be milling pavement off of streets including:
• Columbus Avenue – From Smith Street to Mulberry/Mitchell
• Woodlawn Drive – approx. 400 feet back from Huntersville to the West end
• Huntersville Road – from West Pearl Street to Sycamore Lane
• Sycamore Lane – from Huntersville Road to Fifth Street
• Fifth Street – from Sycamore Lane to Washington
• Central Avenue – from South Park Avenue to Liberty
• St. Louis Place – South side only from Clay to front of Church to South Walnut
• Depot – from Boehringer Street to Crestview Lane
• Intersection of Depot Street and Hillenbrand Avenue – mill & pave out hump
• Bob White – from Pheasant Run to Meadowlark Lane
• Meadowlark Lane – heading South to the dead end
Residents will be allowed to park on each street after it has been milled.
Repaving of many of those same streets with a 1 to 1 ½ inch of fresh overlay begins on Monday, August 11. Patching will also be done on Walnut Street, Pearl Street, and Underpass Road.
The repaving project is expected to last through Friday, August 15. Motorists are warned that the affected roads could also be closed to traffic at various times. The schedule is dependent on weather, Macyauski said.