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Posted: Wednesday, July 11, 2012 1:44 pm

Three contractors are working with the city on several paving projects this summer. 

Stewart Brothers began in late June are scheduled to complete reconstruction of Leisure Valley Drive this Friday. They plan to work on Tennille Court, Arnaud Court, and Vernon Oaks neighborhood next.

Johnson Landscapes began the Mount Vernon bicycle and pedestrian improvement project between Ridgevie and Ashford Dunwoody Roads and will continue work through September.

C.W. Matthews began resurfacing Ashford Center Parkway this week.

Other streets to be worked this summer include (in order): Ashford Center Parkway, Perimeter Center East, Lakesprings Court and Lakesprings Circle, West Fontainebleau Court, Winters Chapel Road, Sanlee Lane and Arrie Way, Charmant Place, Joel Lane, Joel Court and Joel Place.

Weather permitting, they should be completed within a month.

Motorists should be advised that there will be stormwater improvements made to Winters Chapel this week and next week. Due to the improvements, lane closures between the reservoir and Peeler Road will occur from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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