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Monday, March 8, 2010

Signs Of Spring--Anybody Seen A Robin?


News for Immediate Release

March 8, 2010

Route 219/Bradford Bypass Project Update for Week of March 8

ClearfieldPennDOT issues the following travel update for the re-start of the Route 219/Bradford Bypass project in McKean County. This update is for the week of March 8. All work is weather and schedule dependent. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. of State College is the contractor on this $28 million job.

· The contractor will be setting Traffic Control signs for the project.

· Mid-week, southbound and northbound lanes of Route 219 from Elm Street to Hillside Drive in New York State will be restricted from 2 lanes to I lane in each direction. The passing lanes will be closed for crossover construction. Access on or off Route 219 will not be affected at this time.

· Drivers should use extra caution while entering the construction area from the on-ramp areas. Watch for slow moving and stopped vehicles through the entire work zone and obey posted speed limits.

PennDOT reminds motorists they can log on to 511pa.com or call 511 from any phone to check traffic conditions before heading out.

19 comments :

Anonymous said...

I have seen no robins, although a positive sign of spring are the roadkilled skunks. Travel'in skunks means spring in here!

Anonymous said...

Seen a woodchuck on 49 between ulysses and gold. Also had a red winged blackbird in the bird feeder this morning in ulysses.

Anonymous said...

spring training baseball is underway 1st game with pittsburgh at philadelphia is april 2nd

Anonymous said...

seen 4 robins here in Farmers Valley

Anonymous said...

I saw one when I was out in Ohio a last week. Not exactly in the neighborhood but its a start! :-)

Sylvester said...

seen alot of birdbaths in the asphalt

Anonymous said...

Have heard them singing but not able to locate them in Tioga in different locations and on different days the first being last Friday.

Anonymous said...

we sean gease

Little Johnny the Flatlander said...

Goofy, stump jumping rednecks.....you make me laugh!!! It is so funny because you all speak exactly how you write things on this blog.

Anonymous said...

To Little Johnny the Flatlander

Where do you call flatlanding home? If you study geography you will see that parts of mid and southern Pennsylvania are actually higher then Potter County.

Leonard S

Anonymous said...

Little Johnny the flatlander is a douchbag.

Sno gease gie said...

Sean a huje flok uf sno gease down nere eye 80 today..


:P

I really did though.. lmao!!
c'mon, laugh.. it's Spring!!

I saw them on Foster Joseph Sayers lake - AKA, Bald Eagle State Park lake....and they were honking away..

Anonymous said...

Spring is just around the corner!!!

Little Johnny the Flatlander said...

"Little Johnny the flatlander is a douchbag."

Wow...that was original. Did you get that one from your dad while you were in the 8th glade class room together?

Leonard...believe me..it is very flat here around Philly. Have you ever been to the city where the decisions are all made for the state of PA?

Anonymous said...

Yes Little Johnny I have been to Philly. But it never ceases to amaze me the comments about flatlanders when not all of PA is flat.

PS: Get that bell fixed yet? LOL

Leonard

Anonymous said...

"Wow...that was original. Did you get that one from your dad while you were in the 8th glade class room together?"

Not original but truthfull.

Anonymous said...

more redwinged blackbirds and a silver maple tree full of grackles in ulysses.

Anonymous said...

seen a few state birds already -- the mo-ski-toe

Anonymous said...

Saw a flock of geese today. They were not in their usual "V" pattern.