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Updates from the Canal Street Roadway Improvement Project in #SalemMA:

Please note that due to snow accumulation on the shared-use path, fencing contractors were unable to install security fabric last week as planned on the new fence line between Canal Street, and the commuter rail line. Snow accumulation is likely to prevent the fencing contractors progress this week as well.
That said, please note that there will be no Canal Street Roadway Improvement Project construction activity taking place this week. We plan to follow up in next week's update with more information on the next steps for the pending security fence fabric installation work.

As a reminder, all Canal Street businesses are open during this roadway improvement project. Please support our local businesses!

Below, please find a calendar of anticipated construction activities for the next two weeks of this project:

Week of February 20th

No Canal Street Roadway Improvement Project construction

Week of February 27th

Continue installing fabric for new security fence in the shared-use path
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The City of Salem is undertaking a project to upgrade the Ryan Brennan Memorial Skate Park located in Gallows Hill Park. This is the only skate park in the City and was built in memory of Ryan Brennan in 1997, after he was killed in an in-line skating accident on the street.

The City has received a Community Preservation Act grant to prepare a conceptual design for improvements to the park, with the goal of securing additional funds for construction following design. American Ramp Company has been retained to develop the conceptual plan.

There will be a public skate park design meeting for stakeholders and those interested on Tuesday March 14, 6:00 p.m. at the Salem Senior Center, 5 Broad Street.

If you have any further questions or concerns regarding the Ryan Brennan Memorial Skate Park project, please feel free to contact Jenna Ide at 978-619-5699 or jide@salem.com
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Updates on the Canal Street Roadway Improvement Project in #SalemMA:

Weather permitting, this week contractors will continue hanging sections of tight mesh fabric along the newly installed security fence between Canal Street and the commuter rail line. Please note that the latter part of last week's work schedule was impacted by Thursday's snow storm. Accordingly, activities scheduled for that time period have been shifted onto the work agenda for this week, which may extend the fabric installation process into the week of February 20th.

As we've previously mentioned, once the fabric sections are in place contractors will establish a temporary work zone along the southbound side of Canal Street in order to complete the removal of the old MBTA security fence. Barring further inclement weather, we expect the temporary work zone will be put in place during the week of February 27th.

Please continue to be cognizant of the parking restrictions along the southbound lane of Canal Street between Mill Street and St. Paul Street. We greatly appreciate your cooperation and patience, as contractors carryout the final steps of installing the new security fence.

As always, we ask that drivers please continue to be mindful of directions from police details stationed around the work zone; they'll be on-site to facilitate traffic flow onto side streets and in and out of businesses adjacent to the construction zones.

As a reminder, all Canal Street businesses are open during this roadway improvement project. Please support our local businesses!

Below, please find a calendar of anticipated construction activities for the next two weeks of this project:

Week of February 13th

Continue installing fabric for new security fence in the shared use path

Week of February 20th

Continue installing fabric for new security fence in the shared-use path
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Updates on the Canal Street Roadway Improvement Project in #SalemMA:

Last week contractors wrapped up the installation of the new security-fence along the shared-use path between Canal Street and the commuter rail line.

This week the majority of their work will be focused on "hanging" sections of tight mesh fabric along the new security fence line. Once the fabric sections are in place, contractors will establish a temporary work zone on the southbound side of Canal Street in order to complete the removal of the old MBTA security fence.

Please continue to be cognizant of the parking restrictions along the southbound lane of Canal Street between Mill Street and St. Paul Street. We greatly appreciate your cooperation and patience, as contractors carryout the final steps of installing the new security fence.

As always, we ask that drivers please continue to be mindful of directions from police details stationed around the work zone; they'll be on-site to facilitate traffic flow onto side streets and in and out of businesses adjacent to the construction zones.

As a reminder, all Canal Street businesses are open during this roadway improvement project. Please support our local businesses!

Below, please find a calendar of anticipated construction activities for the next two weeks of this project:

Week of February 6th

Begin installing fabric for new security fence in the shared use path

Week of February 13th

Finish installing fabric for new security fence in the shared-use path
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