Work begins Monday on Grove Road
An infrastructure replacement project on Grove Road between Route 88 and Caste Drive in Castle Shannon could cause temporary lane closures Monday through Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Columbia Gas officials said.
The work, part of an ongoing upgrade to existing facilities in Castle Shannon, will include paving restoration. Motorists are encouraged to seek an alternative route if possible, Columbia Gas officials said.
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