Motorists traveling through central Bel Air and residents of many nearby neighborhoods can't miss what seems like the interminable construction work related to replacing underground gas lines.
Town officials have been saying for weeks that the work by Baltimore Gas & Electric and its contractors should be drawing to a close, but Tuesday they conceded that might not be the case.
A number of streets have been torn up and temporarily patched going back to when the work began the late winter. And, with much underground utility construction, steel plates get placed over excavated areas of the streets after the crews finish for the day.
"BGE doesn't appear to be...