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Road Work To Begin in Village on Monday

COOPERSTOWN—Milling and paving in the Village of Cooperstown is scheduled to begin on Monday, September 11 in the following locations: Railroad Avenue; Lake Street; Leatherstocking Street; Maple Street; Grove Street; Maple Street to Chestnut Street; River Street—Main Street to Lake Street; and Main Street—Nelson Avenue to Railroad Avenue. According to Public Works Superintendent Mitch Hotaling, the work is weather dependent and is anticipated to take two weeks.


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