Construction on a major roadway in Saranac Lake is set to begin on Monday (April 7th, 2014) and the work is expected to continue for 10 to 12 weeks. The stretch of Broadway from Bloomingdale Avenue to the River (Past the Post Office, The Adirondack Daily Enterprise, First Niagara Bank) will be torn up to accommodate work on Sewer and Wastewater, Water, and Storm Drains. Some of these pipes are more than 15 feet below the ground and each is stacked on top of the other… This project will mark the first time work will be done overnight. The Contractor will close the road completely daily from 6pm through 6am Monday through Friday.. During the day, traffic will be routed south on Broadway. Northbound traffic will be routed further up Main Street and onto Church Street.. The traffic flow, essentially counter clockwise during the day with a one way flow on Broadway heading into downtown. Today on the K&J show we’re speaking with Saranac Lake DPW Superintendent Jeff Dora in his office and we’re joined by Kevin Pratt, Superintendent of Water and Sewer for the Village of Saranac Lake..