Gillespie Road repaving starts April 18

Workers will repave Gillespie Road during April 18-22. RECORD PHOTOS
Workers will repave Gillespie Road during April 18-22. RECORD PHOTOS

MADISON – Crews have started repaving Gillespie Road between Asbury United Methodist Church (at the corner of Hughes and Gillespie roads) and Balch Road to the west.

Workers will be active daily from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Estimated time for completion is close of business on April 22.

This area will be closed to through traffic. Motorists are requested to consider using alternate routes and observe all work zones signs. Use caution.

City of Madison thanks residents in advance for patience and cooperation.

For more information, call Monique Johnson at 256-774-4401 or email Monique.Johnson@Madisonal.gov.

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