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Segments of Perimeter Drive Blocked Off This Week for Re-Striping
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Segments of Perimeter Drive Blocked Off This Week for Re-Striping

Segments of Parkland College's William W. Froom Way will be blocked off for re-striping work this week.

Segments of Parkland College's perimeter drive, William W. Froom Way, will be blocked off this week for re-striping work following last week's micro-surfacing.

Painting of all the traffic lines on the newly resurfaced areas of Froom Way will begin Tuesday, June 11. Troy Burns, manager of facilities and grounds at Parkland College, said this work is expected to extend the life of the pavement and refresh all striping, crosswalks, stop lines, etc.

The painting contractor will provide traffic control during this time as crew members work their way around campus. All Parkland College employees and visitors are advised to observe all barricades and/or flagmen. Bus service to campus will not be affected.

Work is scheduled to end on Wednesday, June 12; however, line painting is weather-dependent. Additional updates will be issued if the project's timing needs to be altered or rescheduled.

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