ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. - Motorists planning to travel through Rockland County this week may see disruptions and delays as roadwork is expected to bottle up traffic in Orangetown.
On Monday, the Rockland County Highway Department issued an advisory stating that beginning on Wednesday, there is resurfacing planned for Bradley Hill and Cloister Road.
Each day, beginning at approximately 7 a.m., resurfacing will commence on Bradley Hill Road from Park Road to the end of the street, and Cloister Road will be resurfaced starting at Oak Tree Road, weather permitting.
The High Way Department has cautioned that delays are to be expected, and motorists have been advised to seek an alternate route.
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