Workers from C and E Trenching begin grinding a strip of asphalt Wednesday as the starting phase of a water line replacement project by the City of Kennewick on West Kennewick Avenue between Morain and Union streets. The work is expected to cause delays for motorists because traffic will be down to one lane. The city recommends drivers choose an alternate route to avoid the work zone, though flaggers will control traffic. The project should be done by mid-October.
Workers from C and E Trenching begin grinding a strip of asphalt Wednesday as the starting phase of a water line replacement project by the City of Kennewick on West Kennewick Avenue between Morain and Union streets. The work is expected to cause delays for motorists because traffic will be down to one lane. The city recommends drivers choose an alternate route to avoid the work zone, though flaggers will control traffic. The project should be done by mid-October. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Workers from C and E Trenching begin grinding a strip of asphalt Wednesday as the starting phase of a water line replacement project by the City of Kennewick on West Kennewick Avenue between Morain and Union streets. The work is expected to cause delays for motorists because traffic will be down to one lane. The city recommends drivers choose an alternate route to avoid the work zone, though flaggers will control traffic. The project should be done by mid-October. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

West Kennewick Avenue to see delays during water line work

September 13, 2017 05:50 PM

UPDATED September 13, 2017 06:40 PM

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