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Portion of Beaver Street closed Tuesday, Wednesday

| Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 11:00 a.m.

Beaver Street in Sewickley from Chestnut Street to Logan Street is closed Tuesday and Wednesday, according to local officials.

The closure is part of a $4.5 million Glen Osborne Interconnect Project, replacing water, gas and sewer lines.

Detours are posted.

Alternate routes:

» Traveling south on Beaver:

• Make a right onto Chestnut (between the Citgo gas station and the Sewickley Confectionery).

• At Thorn Street, make a left and travel past the Sewickley Borough building.

• Make a left onto Logan Street and make a right back onto Beaver Street (next to Copeland funeral home).

» Traveling north on Beaver:

• Make a left onto Logan Street (next to Copeland funeral home).

• Make a right onto Thorn Street and travel past the Sewickley Borough building.

• At the stop sign, make a right onto Chestnut Street.

• At the stop sign (between Citgo and the Sewickley Confectionery), make a left onto Beaver Street.

Bobby Cherry is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. He can be reached at 412-324-1408 or rcherry@tribweb.com.

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