In the Arizona Strip Area, blades will be on Mt. Trumbull Loop (Mainstreet Valley) and Lime Kiln Road. In the Meadview area, a blade will be working on Mead Dr., Cathedral Dr., Detrital Dr. and Boathouse Dr. Crews will be patching potholes as needed throughout the area. Off Hwy 93 to the west, patching will also be taking place on Temple Bar Road. In Dolan Springs, a blade will be active on Palo Alto Dr., 19th St., 20th St. and 22nd St. North of Kingman, a blade will be active from Calle Lucero to Cane Springs Wash Rd. East of Kingman off I-40 and east of Hackberry Rd., a blade will be active in Greenwood Village. In the Golden Valley area, crews will be repairing shoulders on McConnico Rd. from Oatman Rd. to Apache Rd. The blades will be active in the following areas: S/E: Walnut Creek Area from Oatman Rd. to Apache; S/W: Shipp to Abrigo between Estrella and Egar; N/E: Chino Rd. to Hwy 68 between Kelvin and Bacobi; N/W: Todilto Area from Estrella to Egar, and from Zuni to Chinle. Millings are being placed on N. Estrella Rd. between Agua Fria and Jurassic. Motorists are asked to please use caution and expect intermittent road closures and detours. This project is expected to be completed in February of 2015. In the Mohave Valley area, crews will be performing shoulder maintenance and trimming trees for line of sight in Fort Mohave. The pickup broom will be sweeping in the area of El Rodeo Rd., including Silver Sands Estates. In the Yucca area, the blade will complete Santa Fe Ranch Rd. before moving on to Butch Cassidy Rd. In the Wikieup/Signal area, blades will be performing maintenance on Alamo Rd. and Signal Rd. In the Lake Havasu City area, crews will be working with Flood Control at the Little Finger Wash in Horizon 6.
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