The Duluth Avenue road project in Sturgeon Bay continues to show progress with projections indicating a completion date next month. In his latest update, City Engineer Chad ShefchiK says new curbing on Duluth, from south of west Oak Street to Maple Street, including the Maple Street realignment, has been completed. Shefchik says current work is focusing on the new sidewalks and driveway aprons throughout that portion of the project. While the work is being completed, the contractor will also begin to excavate and grade for the new sidewalk additions along the remainder of Duluth Avenue toward Highway 42/57. In addition, work will begin on the final landscaping restorations between west Elm and west Juniper Streets. Shefchik says the expectation is that the Duluth Avenue work will be wrapped up by the middle part of next month. He says, although portions of the project are starting to look closer to completion, there are still a fair number of construction activities going on throughout the entire project area. Shefchik says it’s in everyone’s interest to use alternative routes whenever possible. Reduced traffic within the project areas will result in a safer, more productive and efficient project that should also lead to completion at the earliest possible date.