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Flashing beacons for Salisbury crosswalks

SALISBURY — First Selectman Curtis Rand announced Monday morning, May 16, that the long-awaited flashing beacons for crosswalks in Salisbury are being installed.

The solar-powered beacons, similar to those in Lakeville, will be at the two crosswalks on Main Street (Route 44) and where the Rail Trail crosses Salmon Kill Road.

Rand said he was surprised to get a call Friday, May 13, informing him that the contractor, NY-Conn Corporation, was ready to go, and surprised again to see NY-Conn employees on site Monday morning (on Friday NY-Conn indicated they’d start later in the week).

Rand said the work will take two to three weeks to complete.

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