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Waterford asphalt paving project begins, will last through September

An asphalt paving project has begun in Waterford. Town crews are expected to continue work through late September.

Traffic patterns are expected to change in the Waterford community in Leland through late September. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna Ferebee)
Traffic patterns are expected to change in the Waterford community in Leland through late September. (Port City Daily photo/Johanna Ferebee)

LELAND — Residents of the Waterford of the Carolinas community may begin experiencing a new traffic pattern in the coming days.

On Monday, Leland began an asphalt paving project in Waterford.

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Single lane closures are expected to last through late September. Jacqueline Harlow, a spokesperson for Leland, said in post on the social media site Nexdoor that streets in the neighborhood are expected to remain open during the project.

Harlow asked drivers to remain alert to traffic pattern changes as the work is completed over a 45-day period.

More information, including the reason for the paving project, has been requested by Port City Daily. Announcements from the town of Leland can be found on the town’s community page.

A Leland spokesperson posted on Nextdoor to alert residents of Waterford of a repaving project, expected to last through late September. (Port City Daily photo/ Contributed)
A Leland spokesperson posted on Nextdoor to alert residents of Waterford of a repaving project, expected to last through late September. (Port City Daily photo/ Contributed)

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