– We’re less than a week out from Bloomsday, and as in years past, City crews will be cleaning up the race course this week. That means vehicles may be towed along the route. Today, no parking signs will be placed on Riverside Avenue from Maple to Hemlock streets and on Broadway Avenue from Maple to Nettleton streets. No parking will be allowed Tuesday through Thursday, April 26 to 28.

Additionally, no parking is allowed along the race course on Sunday, May 1. Residents should move their vehicles to avoid towing. If your vehicle is towed, call 625-4100 to get it back.

– If you haven’t been through there yet, the Freya St. and 11th Ave. intersection reopened on Friday. Additionally, Hartson Ave. from Havana to Myrtle streets is now open to traffic. The intersection and street have been closed as part of a project to replace a water transmission main.

– Ninth Ave. from Monroe to Madison streets will be closed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. today through Wednesday, April 27. Crews will be doing sewer work.

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