Move of huge kiln pieces through city changed to Tuesday, Thursday nights

February 29, 2000|BY A SUN STAFF WRITER

Six more huge pieces of an aluminum kiln will move through Baltimore's streets starting tonight, causing restricted parking along the waterfront and in other areas.

The move was supposed to take place the next two Mondays and Thursdays but has been changed to Tuesdays and Thursdays, said Kurt Kocher, a spokesman for the Department of Public Works.

The first piece was moved Thursday night.

Parking restrictions imposed by the public works agency will be- gin at 9 p.m. today and last until 3 a.m. as the second of seven 130-ton loads leaves a pier on South Clinton Street for a 10 1/2-hour trip to Lehigh Portland Cement Co. in Union Bridge, Carroll County.

Cars parked on designated streets during restricted times will be ticketed and towed.

The route follows Clinton Street north, goes east on Boston Street and north on Conkling Street, west on Fayette Street, north on Paca Street, west on Druid Hill Avenue, north on Auchentoroly Terrace and north on Reisterstown Road to the county line.

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