Dear South Lebanon Residents:
In July, work began on the long-awaited State Route 48/Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road Intersection Project. The projected completion date was the end of 2017. But, due to unforeseen utility relocation issues, the project will not be completed this year. The Contractor is now completing the necessary items to allow for all ways of the intersection to be opened safely until they return in the Spring to complete the project. All of these items are planned to be completed by 10/27/17 with Mason-Morrow-Millgrove Road being opened thereafter.
The Village is also planning to install a new sanitary sewer main from John Quinn Boulevard east to a manhole located on the west side of the First Baptist Church’s parking lot. This project has also been affected by the utility relocation issue. This project is still planned to be completed this year but it may be delayed into next year as well depending on the progress of the utility relocation.
The current plan is for construction to resume in April, 2018, with no full road closures planned and completion of the project to completed by July 31, 2018.
We appreciate your patience during this phase of construction and look forward to the completion of the project next Summer.
Click here to view the layout of the intersection when it is completed.