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Community Alert: Red Hook Road Construction to Begin Monday

Sept. 11, 2005 – The area of Red Hook Road near the entrance to the Red Hook ferry dock will be the site of road construction beginning Monday and continuing through Saturday.
In a release from Government House, George Phillips, Public Works commissioner, said, "This area has been a challenge for many years and the time has come to rectify the problem on a more permanent basis."
He said he was certain the public would be pleased with the finished product.
Meanwhile, the public is advised to pay attention when in the area.
Signs will be posted by Better Roads Construction, the release said, to provide for a "smooth pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow."

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Sept. 11, 2005 – The area of Red Hook Road near the entrance to the Red Hook ferry dock will be the site of road construction beginning Monday and continuing through Saturday.
In a release from Government House, George Phillips, Public Works commissioner, said, "This area has been a challenge for many years and the time has come to rectify the problem on a more permanent basis."
He said he was certain the public would be pleased with the finished product.
Meanwhile, the public is advised to pay attention when in the area.
Signs will be posted by Better Roads Construction, the release said, to provide for a "smooth pedestrian and vehicular traffic flow."