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BE ADVISED!!!

Pacific Gas and Electric Company and Vulcan Construction have begun preliminary work on numerous gas line replacement projects scheduled for this year, 2018.  These projects include gas main line and service line replacements.  Work has begun in the vicinity of Broadway, Bright Avenue and Pitt Street.  All side streets and residents in this area will be impacted in phases throughout the duration of the project.  Traffic Control Measures and potential closures, if needed, will be in place and nonresidents are encouraged to use alternate routes.

PG&E will communicate information and updates door-to-door how this project will impact services and access.

The City of Jackson wants to ensure our citizens that Emergency Response Personnel, Public Transit and Amador County Public School Transportation will continue to have access to these areas.

Overall delays should be minimal.

IN ADDITION:

 

The intersection of Pitt Street and Highway 88 will be significantly impacted on the work day afternoon of Thursday, 2/9/18 and if needed on Monday, 2/12/18.  Pitt Street will be CLOSED between Highway 88 and Bright Avenue.  Access to Pitt Street will be available from Bright Avenue.  The State Highway will remain open in both directions.

 

ALL STREETS WILL BE REOPENED AT THE END OF THE WORK DAY!

 

PG&E will communicate information and updates door-to-door on how this project will impact services and access.

 

The City of Jackson wants to ensure our citizens that Emergency Response Personnel, Public Transit and Amador County Public School Transportation will continue to have access to these areas.

 

We remind all drivers in this area to please avoid the area if possible, use caution, be aware of construction workers and equipment and always drive safely!

 


In honor of former City Manager Mike Daly, the City of Jackson is delighted to announce that the tennis court at Detert Park will be renamed the

Mike Daly Memorial Tennis Court.

Mr. Daly was an active member in Amador’s tennis community. He served as a board member of Amador Tennis Club for over 10 years. He is credited with inclusion of the facility at the park during its renovation, initiating the Junior Team Tennis program, which is run through USTA. This has directly resulted in local High Schools winning the Mother Lode League Championship. To this date, 80-100 children are signing up for each season.

 


 


 

 

 


 

 

 

 

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