Work remains on schedule at site of last year's Albany sinkhole

August 07, 2017 01:32 PM

ALBANY - Work continues on a construction and parking hotspot in Albany -- Elberon Place.

Crews are busy installing a manhole structure near the intersection of Elberon and Quail. The water commissioner tells NewsChannel 13 that the project remains on schedule.

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The department is working with the police department to ease parking restrictions to a few hundred feet of the actual work zone. Tthat includes parts of Elberon, Quail and Lake.

Commissioner Joe Coffey says his department is still working on Thanksgiving as a deadline to see the project finished.

This spot has been in the news since a sinkhole opened up a year ago.


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