Sandridge Avenue reconstruction starts |

Sandridge Avenue reconstruction starts

Cody Ekker Construction won a City Hall contract for the redo of Sandridge Avenue, a tucked-away Old Town street, and has started the work.

The workers will tear out the existing roadway on Sandridge Avenue and replace it with a new one. The crew will also replace water and natural-gas lines as well as plant landscaping at the nearby Marsac Avenue-Hillside Avenue intersection.

Matt Cassel, the Park City engineer, expects the work to cost between $350,000 and $360,000, approximately half of what had been budgeted.

Cassel says the work is scheduled for completion by mid-September.

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