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Asphalt issues delays culvert installation

Installation of a new culvert on County Highway 10, 1.1 miles east of County Road 111 and 200 feet west of Country Lane in Deerwood Township is taking longer than anticipated due to unforeseen asphalt and subgrade issues.

Installation of a new culvert on County Highway 10, 1.1 miles east of County Road 111 and 200 feet west of Country Lane in Deerwood Township is taking longer than anticipated due to unforeseen asphalt and subgrade issues.

Replacement of an existing culvert on County Road 111, 1/4-mile south of Highway 210 in Rabbit Lake Township, will take place Thursday, a delay from the original schedule of Tuesday. The culvert work will begin at 7 a.m. and should end by noon.

This work will require closing of both roads at the culvert replacement site. Drivers are advised to plan alternative routes to avoid this construction area.

Visit www.crowwing.us or call 218-824-1110 for further Information on the county highway system or to report a roadway issue.

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