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Press Release: Road Works 5/23/22 - 5/28/22

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller (985) 748-3211

LORANGER—This week DOTD is closing a portion of LA 40, approximately 1.1 miles east of LA 443, to replace a failing cross drain.

Tangipahoa Parish President Robby Miller said LA 40 will be closed between Narretto Road and Kerri Michael Lane starting at 8 a.m., on Tuesday, May 24, and continuing until approximately 4 p.m., on Wednesday, May 25, so crews can change out a cross drain. This is a full closure, and no traffic will be allowed in the area while crews are working on the project, according to DOTD reports.

Miller said detours will be posted while construction is underway.

On the issue of local road projects, Miller said the parish’s overlay contractor has been working six days per week over the last several weeks. He said the contractor is making good progress so far, and the weather has been cooperative for the most part. 

This week, overlay crews will be working in the following areas:

- Monday, May 23: Milling on Tantillo/T Hardy Road;

- Tuesday, May 24: Paving on Charles Sinagra; paving/milling on Black Cat and Maggio Road crossing; milling on North Lee Hughes Road, Tantillo/T Hardy;

- Wednesday, May 25: Patching in Bradley Subdivision; paving/milling on Black Cat and Maggio crossing; milling on North Lee Hughes, North Wilson, and Western Avenue;

- Thursday, May 26: Patching in Bradley Subdivision; paving on Fontana Road; milling on North Wilson and Western Avenue and on West and East Green Street;

- Friday, May 27: Patching in Bradley Subdivision; paving on Tantillo/Hardy Road; milling on West and East Green Street, Milan and Naples, and Lee Farm Street;

- Saturday, May 28: Milling on Milan and Naples; Lee Farm Street, Blaire Boulevard, and Nicholas; paving on Lee Hughes Road.

All road work will be posted on the day of construction, Miller said.

For more information on Tangipahoa Parish road work, go to www.Tangipahoa.org or check out the Tangipahoa Parish Government social media channels on Facebook and Twitter.

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