Central Falls plans road paving project

Olivia Cianci


Central Falls Mayor James Diossa announced that the City has
partnered with the Pawtucket Water Supply Board to repave and repair sixteen
streets. The street paving, part of the Pawtucket Water Supply Boards water
pipe replacement program, is set to begin in September of this year and finish
off during spring 2014.

The project will cost nearly half a million dollars, however
Central Falls
is only set to pay $90,000.


The streets will to be paved are as follows:

Bagley Street
(from Wetmore St.
to Lonsdale Ave.)

Clay Street
(from Montgomery St.
to Roosevelt Ave.)

Cottage Street (Hunt
St. to Broad

Crossman Street
(Tiffany St.
to Dexter St.)

Eastwood Street
(Fales St.
to Sacred Heart Ave.)

Elm Street (Cross
St. to Central

Fletcher Street
(King St.
to Cowden St.)

Hedley Ave
(Dexter St.
to Washington St.)

Illinois Ave
(Hunt St.
to Central St.)

Lewis Street
(Cottage St.
to Hunt St.)

Railroad Street (Cross
St. to Foundry

Rand Street
(Pine St.
to Illinois St.)

Sacred Heart
Ave (Broad
St. to Eastwood

School Street (Dexter
St. to Illinois St.)

Summer Street (Dexter
St. to Illinois St.)

Sumner Street
(Dexter St.
to Illinois St.)