Due to the holiday, there will be no construction done today. But the workers will resume Tuesday morning.
According to the contractors, construction on the northerly side of High Street will begin on Tuesday. The construction will start from Regina's Bakery to The Registry of Deeds. The work will last up to three weeks, and eight on-street parking spaces will be unavailable while work is being done.
Construction will continue Tuesday night, from 9 p.m.- 6 a.m. The contractors will work on the removal of curbing and concrete, and the installation of underground utilities.
Reconstruction for the Keystone Parking Lot wall will continue this week, and is expected to last up to four weeks. Approximately 250 feet of sidewalk, adjacent to the retaining wall, from Eastern Avenue to the Route 1 bridge overpass, will be closed for four to eight weeks.
On Tuesday, September 4, the back row parking in the Keystone Parking Lot will be coned off and unavailable for three weeks. It's important to know that all vehicles must be removed by 6 a.m. on that day, otherwise any vehicle left behind will be towed "at the owner's expense."