MOUNT HOLLY, N.C. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Mount Holly officials announced workers will start road repairs Monday, Sept. 25 to almost 40 roads and streets over the next 3-4 weeks.
The announcement came Friday night in a social media post from the eastern Gaston County city.
The following areas will see repairs from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. over the coming weeks.
- Tomberlin Road to Belton Road
- Lanier Street to Sella Ridge Drive
- Bentley Street to Lanier Street
- Main Street to Mclean Street
- Tuckaseege Road to Lowe Street
- Main Street to Dodge Street
- Cul de Sac to Deerfield Drive
- Madison Drive to Hawthorne Street
- Meller Street to Norton Road
- Old Mine Road to Cul de Sac
- Cavin Avenue to Oak Avenue
- Harmony Lane Dutchman Avenue to Gaston Avenue
- Main Street to Woodhaven Drive
- Hawthorne Street to Madison Drive
- Lee Street to Alexander Street
- Bell Street to Short Street
- Dunn Street to Dead End
- Tom Sawyer Lane to Tom Sawyer Lane
- Riverfront Parkway to Cul de Sac
- Rose Street to Tomberlin Road
- Ashton Bluff Circle to Cul de Sac
- Autumn Bluff Circle to Cul de Sac
- Creekside Drive to Cul de Sac
- Creek View Court to Overlook Court
- Overlook Court to Cul de Sac
- Rhyne Springs Road to Briarwood Lane
- Briarwood Lane to Cul de Sac
- Fawn Ridge Court to Cul de Sac
- Hayden Court to Moore Springs Drive
- Kendrick Meadow Lane & Sandy Zander Woods Court
- Moore Springs Drive to Mcgarty Place
- McGarty Place to Cul de Sac
- Nims Avenue to Cavin Avenue
- Main Street to Dead End
Last week, the city already dealt with a water main break on N.C. 27 and Craig Street. The suspension led to a boil water notice on Sept. 21. Officials lifted the order before Saturday.
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Craig Street got the notice along with neighboring parts of Highway 27, Woodlawn Avenue, Noles Drive, Hoover Avenue, Globe Street, and Lane Road, as well as the following subdivisions: Westland Farms, Azalea Ridge, and Deertrack. Additional neighborhoods adjacent to those intersections were not affected.