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A look at what's coming this summer in terms of street maintenance possbilities for Canby

Canby public works has outlined street maintenance for this summer. Streets will either get a two-inch or three-inch asphalt pavement or in one case just needed patchwork.

Twelve streets will be helped, but timelines right now are vague, due to other work being done, according to the Public Works Department.

Once Public Works finishes all the Americans with Disabilities ramps, the street paving will get started.

The Canby Herald.

Here are the streets:

> North Pine intersecting with 4th Avenue—2-inch thick asphalt

> North 3rd Avenue between Ivy and Locust—2 inch thick asphalt

> Northeast 2nd Avenue between Holly and Juniper—2-inch asphalt

> Highway 99E between Southeast 2nd and Juniper—2-inch asphalt

> Southeast 7th Way between South Knott and through the Cul de Sac—2-inch asphalt

> South Elm Court—3-inch thick asphalt

> Southeast 13th Avenue from Lupine to South Teakwood—2-inch asphalt

> Southwest 11th Avenue from South Elm to South Fir—2-inch thick asphalt

> South Pine from Southwest 13th to Southeast Township—3-inch think asphalt

> Elm Street from 400 Road to Southwest 13th Avenue—3-inch thick asphalt

> Tiny area into Molalla Forest Road to just short of Southeast 13th Avenue—patchwork

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