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List of Irwin streets slated for work

| Wednesday, May 21, 2014, 9:00 p.m.

Here is the list of Irwin streets that are slated to be paved, patched, sealed or have repairs to catch basins this year:


• Depot Alley, from Pennsylvania Avenue to Sixth Street

• Conley Drive, from Route 30 to Caruthers Lane

• Highland Avenue, from the dead end to the North Huntingdon border

• Grant Avenue, from Locust to Lombard streets

• Ninth Avenue, from Poplar to Ash streets

• Beech Street, from Pennsylvania to Eighth avenues

• Vine Street, between Ninth Street and 10th Street Extension

• Penglyn Street, from Pennsylvania Avenue to past Grandview Avenue

• Diamond Alley, from Depot Alley to Fourth Street parking lot between Depot Alley and Oak Street

• Ninth Avenue, from Ash Street heading east toward Willow Street

• Pine Street, from Pennsylvania to Fairview avenues

• Caruthers Lane, between Conley Drive and the North Huntingdon border

• Penglyn Park, between Ninth and 10th avenues

• Cherry Alley, between Sixth Street and Pennsylvania Avenue

• Cascade Avenue, between Colony Drive and the North Huntingdon border

• Plymouth Avenue, from Colony Drive to the dead end

• The Virgin Alley and Parkway Alley intersection

• The Eighth Street intersections at Spruce Street and at Vine Street

• First Street, between Main Street and the North Huntingdon border


• Brown Alley, between Elm and Beech streets

• Chestnut Street, between Pennsylvania Avenue and Sixth Street

• Sixth Street, between Depot Alley and Oak Street

• Plymouth Avenue, from Montana Drive to the dead end

• 10th Avenue, between Lombard and Greene streets

Crack sealing

Pennsylvania Avenue, from Main Street to the borough's eastern border

• Sweetbriar Drive, from Fairwood Drive to the North Huntingdon border

• Fairwood Drive, from Route 30 to the North Huntingdon border

Catch-basin repair

• First Street, between Main Street and to the North Huntingdon border

• Montana Drive, between Plymouth Street and the cul-de-sac

• Colony Drive, between Plymouth Street and cul-de-sac

• 10th Avenue, between Lombard and Greene streets

• Pennsylvania Avenue, near Ash Street

• Pennsylvania Avenue, between Ash and Willow streets

• Lombard Street, between Pennsylvania and Grant avenues

• The public-works parking lot, near First Street

Source: Bove Engineering

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