Sandwich City Engineer/Public Works Director Tom Horak will inform the city council at Monday night's regular meeting about temporary railroad crossing closures that will take place in Sandwich all this week.
According to the agenda for Monday night's meeting, crossing pavement will be re-marked. The agenda states that the locations and days could be switched due to potential weather conflicts.
According to the agenda for the council meeting, the following railroad crossings in Sandwich will be temporarily closed this week:
Monday, August 12: Main St. and Lafayette St.
Tuesday, August 13: Eddy St. and Latham St.
Wednesday, August 14: Green St. and Fairwind Blvd.
Thursday, August 15: Duvick Ave. (and complete Fairwind Blvd. if necessary).
Friday, August 16: Complete any work that is outstanding.
According to Horak's part of the meeting agenda, construction on Sandwich streets is also set to begin this week.
Center St., from Mechanic St. to Washington St. will have street pavement reconstruction, sidewalk reconstruction, and ramps and detectable warnings.
On 6th St. and Latham St. curb ramps and detectable warnings will be installed.
On Wells St., from Hall to Church St. (Rt. 34), sidewalk repairs reconstruction and curb rams with detectable warnings will be performed.
On Main St., from 3rd to Lisbon St., warnings and curb replacement work will be done.
In other business, the Sandwich City Council will hear a first reading and possibly vote on an ordinance authorizing a one-year electrical aggregation contract.
There is also an announcement of a Plan Commission meeting for Tuesday on the Monday agenda. The Plan Commission will meet at Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. to consider a special use permit for a body art establishment at 142 Indian Springs Drive.
The 9,500 sq. ft. unit is at the northeast, front corner of the Indian Springs Shopping Center building on Rt. 34.
Monday night's meeting begins 1t 7:00 p.m. in the City Hall Annex at 128 E. Railroad St.