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Driveway repairs will reroute traffic

CLINTON TOWNSHIP – Construction crews will be hard at work the next few weeks when the Clintondale Community School District begins an emergency project to repair the crumbling driveway that winds behind the high school/middle school complex.

Construction is set to begin on Monday, May 9 and last until May 25.

As a result, the project will create challenges for those used to dropping off and picking up students at the rear of the building complex. Beginning Monday, the 15 Mile Road driveway, as well as the Little Mack Avenue driveway on the north side of the middle school, will be closed to vehicle traffic.

The front of the high school will also be affected by the traffic rerouting. During the reconstruction project, the loop in front of the high school will only be accessible to school bus traffic. Parents and guardians will need to use the parking lots in front of the high school as well as the front of the middle school.

During a special board meeting held on April 23, the board of education unanimously voted to move forward with the emergency work to reconstruct the two-lane driveway. The project, being handled by Harrison Township-based Ritts Cement, Inc., is expected to cost $530,091. The project should take just over two weeks to complete.

“We had a lot of big potholes,” Clintondale Schools Superintendent Rodriguez Broadnax said. “It was no longer safe and I’m glad that it’s going to be fixed.”

A drawing of traffic flow during reconstruction of the back driveway at the high school.