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Council agrees to spend millions on city street repaving project in Pleasanton

PLEASANTON — The City Council awarded a $5.5 million construction contract to improve city streets, along with other maintenance jobs.
The council on Tuesday gave the contract to Bay Cities Paving and Grading Inc. Work will include street resurfacing and slurry sealing. Street resurfacing adds a new layer of asphalt to old pavement while slurry sealing is done on roads in better condition as a preventative measure to extend the life of the road, according to the city.
Street repairs usually are an annual occurrence, which had to be paused in 2016 because of other bigger public works projects such as the recycled water infrastructure project.
Now, crews need to catch up to the work they missed last year and will tackle more than 4.5 million square feet of pavement throughout the city, including in residential areas.
Some areas that will be resurfaced include Bernal Avenue between Ray Street and Kottinger Drive, near Del Prado Park on Hanson Drive and in front of the Pleasanton Sports Park near Parkside Drive.
For a map of which areas will be resurfaced and which will be slurry sealed, visit the city website here .

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