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Middlebury Redevelopment Commission, July 25, 2013

Middlebury Redevelopment Commission meeting of July 25, 2013
Posted on July 25, 2013 at 1:00 a.m. | Updated on July 25, 2013 at 1:44 p.m.

When: Thursday

Actions: Heard an update on Middlebury’s infrastructure projects:

Ÿ The paving project is nearly complete south of York Drive on S.R. 13. Next the section between York Drive and Yoder Drive will be repaved, with all striping and work completed by mid-September.

Ÿ Work on the Pumpkinvine Trail is on schedule. The section between York Drive and the Dairy Queen and the new part of the trail from Wayne Street to U.S. 20 are nearly complete. The Middlebury Parks Department will officially open the new part of the Pumpkinvine at a Trails of Middlebury Try-athlon on Saturday, Sept. 7. The event will encourage people to try Middlebury’s trails through walking, running and biking events and will raise funds for signage on Middlebury’s trail system.

Ÿ The wastewater system upgrade project is also on schedule, with work underway on the gravity sewer replacing the Popcorn lift station and work at the wastewater treatment plant.

Heard that the Middlebury branding project is complete, and the town will move forward, updating stationery, business cards and signage as funding allows. The Middlebury Chamber of Commerce and the Friends of Middlebury Parks have also adopted the logo. Work will begin on the signage project for the town, incorporating the logo.


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