Temporary Closures on the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail
The Bruce Freeman Rail Trail behind the Chelmsford Mall, at Manahan Street in Chelmsford, will be closed at times during a two week period beginning August 1.
Demolition of the Town-owned building located on Katrina Road, adjacent to the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, is scheduled to begin on Monday, August 1.
For safety considerations, including dust from the debris, the section of the rail trail adjacent to the building will be closed during portions of the demolition work. The closures will impact trail users wishing to use the section of trail between Manahan Street and Glen Avenue during the work week. This section is in the portion of the trail north of Chelmsford Center and south of the Route 3 terminus. The trail is expected to be open on weekends.
This is the section of trail that will be closed:
View Bruce Freeman Rail Trail Temporary Closure in a larger map
The building demolition process is expected to be completed within 7-14 days depending upon weather and site conditions.
For more information, contact:
PO Box 202
Chelmsford, MA 01824
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Wednesday, July 27th, 2011 at 6:00 pm and is filed under Current News.
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