A Chelan County contractor on Tuesday, Oct. 30, begins replacing center pavement markers along Chumstick Highway.
The three-day project will create some minor traffic delays from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Motorists are advised that traffic will be at one lane, with flaggers and a pilot car directing vehicles. Please avoid the area if you can.
The contractor, Pavement Surface Control of the Tri-Cities, will begin at the northern end of Chumstick Highway (near Highway 207) and work its way south toward Leavenworth. The contractor will replace the reflective pavement markers that are in the center of the roadway. The project costs about $30,000 and is being paid for with county funds.
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Chelan County Public Works Department