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Streets of RidgewoodMaspeth, Middle Village and Glendale are in the process of being repaved as the city brings its resurfacing program to the Community Board 5 area.

The work began on Sept. 6, with contractors milling streets — stripping the top layer of asphalt off of them — in order to prepare the roads for a new coat of blacktop.

Below is a neighborhood-by-neighborhood list of all the streets throughout Community District 5 that will be milled in the upcoming weeks:

Ridgewood

69th Ave., from Forest Ave. to Fresh Pond Rd.

70th Ave., from Fresh Pond Rd. to Forest Ave.

71st Ave., from 60th St. to Cypress Hill St.

Bleecker St., from Fresh Pond Rd. to Grandview Ave.

Bunnecke Ct., from Grove St. to a dead end

Butler Ave., from Forest Ave. to Greene Ave.

Grove St., from Fresh Pond Rd. to Forest Ave.

Harman St., from Cypress Ave. to Forest Ave.

Linden St., from Fairview Ave. to Forest Ave.

Menahan St., from Grandview St. to Fresh Pond Rd.

Nurge Ave., from 56th St. to Metropolitan Ave.

Ricard St., from Harman St. to Greene St.

Seneca Ave., from Decatur St. to St. Felix Ave.

Tonsor St., from Metropolitan Ave. to Himrod St.

Woodbine St., from Fresh Pond Rd. to Fairview Ave.

Maspeth

53rd St., from Flushing Ave. to Nurge Ave.

55th St., from Metropolitan Ave. to Flushing Ave.

56th St., from Flushing Ave. to Metropolitan Ave.

59th St., from 59th Dr. to Flushing Ave.

59th Rd., from 61st St. to Flushing Ave.

60th Ave., from Fresh Pond Rd. to Mount Olivet Crescent

60th Pl., from 62nd Ave. to Eliot Ave.

61st St., from Eliot Ave. to 60th Dr.

62nd Ave., from 56th St. to 60th Pl.

Middle Village

60th Dr., from Fresh Pond Rd. to Mount Olivet Crescent

Glendale

Cooper Ave., from 64th St. to Cypress Ave.

Work on additional roadways in the Board 5 area is pending.

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