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It’s Happening in Harpersfield:

Covered Bridge Trolley Tour & Cavatelli Dinner


Looking for the perfect way to see the Fall Foliage while exploring the Covered Bridges of Ashtabula County? If so Ferrante's Covered Bridge Trolley Tour is the perfect event for you and your family!


Join us on October 5th 2014 or October 12th 2014 for Our 5th Annual Trolley Tour and Cavatelli Dinner!


Your Afternoon Begins With An Educational Tour To A Select Number Of Ashtabula County’s Historic Covered Bridges. After The Tour Guests Will Be Served A Cavatelli Dinner At The Winery!


Pre-paid Reservations ONLY Non-refundable, Limited Seating. Call 466.8466 for details and to book your reservation today!

It’s Happening in Harpersfield:


HARPERSFIELD RURITAN’S

18thANNUAL CLAMBAKE

OCTOBER 19, 2014

HELD AT HARPERSFIELD COMMUNITY CENTER

CHOWDER 1:30 P.M.//DINNER 2:00 P.M.

CLAMBAKE: $20.00- INCLUDES: 1 Dozen Clams, ½ Chicken, Corn on the Cob, Roll,

Sweet or Baked Potato, Clam Chowder, Broth, Cole Slaw, Beverage & Dessert

CHICKEN DINNER: $11.00 – INCLUDES all of the above EXCEPT CLAMS

STEAK DINNER: $18.00 – INCLUDES all of the above EXCEPT CLAMS & CHICKEN

EXTRA DOZEN CLAMS: $9.00

CHILDREN’S DINNER: $3.00 – INCLUDES 2 Hot Dogs, Corn on the Cob,

Potato Chips, Clam Chowder, Broth, Cole Slaw, Beverage & Dessert

CHINESE AUCTION & 50/50 RAFFLE

ALL PROCEEDS GO BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

Reserved tickets can be picked up and paid for at the door.

CONTACT:

JIM PRISTOV 440-466-4864 OR JANIE SIBELL 440-361-4800

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Friday, September 26, 2014

Ashtabula County

Weekly Traffic Advisory


***NEW***


State Route 45 in Morgan Township

(Monday, September 29 – until further notice)

Beginning Monday, September 29, SR 45 between Riverdale St. and High St. will be closed through mid-October for two culvert replacements. The detour will be US 6 to SR 534 to SR 307.


State Route 46 in Lenox Township

(until further notice)

SR 46 between Tisch Rd. and Chappell Rd. is closed through mid-October for a culvert replacement. The detour will be US 6 to SR 11 to SR 307. This work is part of a $2 million project to replace culverts along various routes throughout Ashtabula County. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by October 2014.


State Route 46 in New Lyme Township

(Friday, September 29)

SR 46 just south of US 6 is NOW OPEN.


Interstate 90 in Austinburg, Plymouth and Saybrook Townships

(Friday, September 26)

Jefferson Rd. over I-90 is NOW OPEN.

(until further notice)

The following lane restrictions and closure are in place:

SR 11 northbound and southbound has various daily lane restrictions for roadway construction.

I-90 eastbound and westbound between SR 45 and SR 11 has various daily lane restrictions for roadway construction.

This work is part of a $68 million project to replace pavement along I-90 from just west of SR 45 to just east of SR 11. The project also includes modifications to the I-90/SR 11 interchange and repairs to seven bridges along I-90. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by November 2016.


State Route 531 in Geneva & Saybrook Townships

(Friday, September 26)

SR 531 between Myers Rd. and Nineveh Rd. is NOW OPEN.

(Monday, September 29 – until further notice)

SR 531 between Myers Rd. and Nineveh Rd. will have various daily lane restrictions for resurfacing. This work is part of a $6.4 million project to perform slope erosion repairs on SR 531 between Ninevah Rd. and Myers Rd. The entire project is scheduled to be completed by late October 2014.


“Ohio’s highways are essential to keeping and creating new jobs.  With a mission to provide easy movement of people and goods from place to place, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is responsible for maintaining one of the largest transportation networks in the nation.  Guided by ethical principles and accountability, ODOT works to improve safety, enhance travel and advance economic development.  As a $2.8 billion enterprise, the department wisely invests in its core services of snow and ice removal, annual construction program and highway maintenance operations.”

For more information contact:
Justin Chesnic at (330) 786-2209 or email D04.PIO@dot.state.oh.us