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Day Street gate to reopen Feb. 28

Release Number: 1002-b

Work on Maxwell's Day Street Gate is moving along with a scheduled completion date of December 16. The overall $1.3 million project, which is being funded with stimulus money, is divided into three separate projects: construction of a canopy over the road at the gate building; repair work to the gate; and adding a restroom to the gate building. Linda Lowmiller of the 42nd Contracting Squadron said two of the primary reasons for the renovations are to enhance base anti-terrorism measures and to improve working conditions for personnel assigned to work the gate. She said due to halts in the work because of inclement weather, the completion date may extend past December 16. Currently, entrance to Maxwell is only through the Bell and Kelly Street Gates. (U.S. Air Force photo/Carl Bergquist)

Maxwell's Day Street gate, which has been closed since July 1, 2009, is scheduled to reopen to traffic on Feb. 28 at 6 a.m. (U.S. Air Force photo/Carl Bergquist)


Base officials here announced the reopening date for Maxwell's Day Street Gate today.

The Day Street gate, which has been closed since July 1, is scheduled to reopen to traffic on Feb. 28 at 6 a.m.

The overall $1.3 million project, which was funded with stimulus money, was divided into three separate projects: construction of a canopy over the road at the gate building; repair work to the gate; and adding a restroom to the gate building.

Linda Lowmiller of the 42nd Contracting Squadron said two of the primary reasons for the renovations were to enhance base anti-terrorism measures and to improve working conditions for personnel assigned to work the gate.