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Road work set for North Huntingdon, rest of Westmoreland County

Jeff Himler
| Friday, Oct. 6, 2017, 11:12 a.m.
This file photo shows a road being paved.
This file photo shows a road being paved.

PennDOT's Westmoreland County maintenance crews will continue work on road projects in North Huntingdon next week, including repair of a slide on Colonial Manor Road and pipe installation and shoulder cutting on Baker School Road. Weather permitting, milling and paving will begin on Carpenter Lane in the township.

Other scheduled work includes:

Donegal Township

• Edge paving on Route 381

• Culvert repairs on Route 31

East Huntingdon

• Crack sealing on Route 981


• Crack sealing on Route 3097

New Stanton

• Crack sealing on Route 3075


• Crack sealing on Route 30

Washington Township

• Shoulder repairs on Route 66

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