Like a horror film with way too many sequels, Edgell Road will see construction again this summer.
Framingham Chief Engineer Bill Sedewitz told Selectmen last week Edgell Road, from Central Street to Oak Street will be part of the town's 2013 construction projects.
The project will go out to bid either this month or next. The work could start as early as May, with a heightened schedule after school ends in June.
"We want to do the majority of the work when the buses are not working," said Sedewitz. He estimated the project could be completed by September.
Edgell has been dealing with construction for a couple of years, as sewer improvements were made in the neighborhood. Now, Framingham Department of Public Works plans to restore the road, add sidewalks and plant trees, to complete the Edgell Road project.
Complete detours are not planned, but there may be one lane of alternating traffic near Central Street, said Sedewitz.
Originally, six trees were removed when construction began on Edgell Road. Sedewitz told Selectmen two dozen trees will be planted by the time the project is completed.
Selectman Jason Smith insisted the town's tree warden be in charge of re-planting the trees and not a consultant.