Roadworks to improve the junction of Hill Street and the A5 in Llangollen will now take another week to complete, llanblogger has just discovered.
The project to upgrade the traffic lights and realign the junction, providing signals to the pedestrian crossing phase, began on January 9 and were originally due to be finished six weeks later on February 17.
But it was announced shortly before that date that they would actually run on until March 9 - this coming Thursday.
However, llanblogger thanks to Llangollen county councillor Karen Edwards, has now seen a copy of an official note by the North and Mid Wales Trunk Road Agent (NMWTRA) that the work, being carried out by contractors A Parry Construction Ltd, will not now be completed until Thursday March 17.
No reason is given in the note for the second extension to the deadline.
However, when the work was last extended the Trunk Road Agent said in a note to the county council that the extra time was needed "due to changes to the original NMWTRA scheme with the addition of Puffin Crossings, along with other unforeseen changes."