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City of Brainerd: Schedule for summer crack seal operations available

The city of Brainerd contracted with KAMCO Inc. to crack seal a number of street segments in Brainerd. Crack sealing operations will begin on the following list of streets Thursday, June 28 and will be finished Tuesday, July 3. List of streets o ...

Motorists wait at a stop light on South Sixth Street Monday in downtown Brainerd. Nearby, Brainerd City Council members were meeting in city hall with expectations for a discussion on renovations and future plans for the street, also known as Business Highway 371. (Brainerd Dispatch/Steve Kohls)
Motorists wait at a stop light on South Sixth Street. Steve Kohls / Brainerd dispatch file photo

The city of Brainerd contracted with KAMCO Inc. to crack seal a number of street segments in Brainerd.

Crack sealing operations will begin on the following list of streets Thursday, June 28 and will be finished Tuesday, July 3.

List of streets

• K Street (13th Street to 15th Street)

• L Street (13th Street to 14th Street)

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• 14th Street (L Street to O Street)

• N Street (13th Street to 14th Street)

• 13th Street (N Street to O Street)

• 12th Street (L Street to N Street)

• Eighth Street (L Street to N Street)

• Eighth Street (H Street to I Street)

• Eighth Street (Mill Avenue to H Street)

• Ninth Street (F Street to H Street)

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• 10th Street (County Highway 25 to Highway 210/Washington Street)

• K Street (Third Avenue to Fourth Avenue)

• Third Avenue (G Street to H Street)

• Third Avenue (Highway 210/Washington Street to G Street)

• Quince Street (11th Street to 13th Street)

• Seventh Street (Oak Street to YMCA entrance)

• East River Road (Laurel Street to College Drive)

• Fourth Street (Laurel Street to College Drive)

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Residents living on the listed streets are asked not to park on the streets listed between June 28 and July 3. Residents may park on the streets Saturday, June 30, and Sunday, July 1, as the contractor will not work those days. Residents may park back on the street once they have seen the contractor's operations pass by their residence and see that the cracks in the street are filled with material.

Vehicles parked on the streets listed above will be towed after an original contact with the property owner was made and failed. Flyers will be distributed to all the homes adjacent to the streets as listed above outlining this same information.

Any questions about this project or operations can be directed to the engineering department at 218-828-2307.

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