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CSAH 36 construction begins soon

Crow Wing County has entered into a contract with Tri-City Paving for the construction work consisting of grading, surcharge, culverts, aggregate base, and bituminous surfacing on Crow Wing County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 36.

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Graphic: Crow Wing County

Crow Wing County has entered into a contract with Tri-City Paving for the construction work consisting of grading, surcharge, culverts, aggregate base, and bituminous surfacing on Crow Wing County State Aid Highway (CSAH) 36.

CSAH 36 from CSAH 37 to Crow Wing County Road 114 will be closed starting April 20. At this time all pavement will be removed. The roadway will remain unpaved until late summer. All through traffic will be detoured from this road utilizing Highway 6, CSAH 1 and CSAH 3. Heavier vehicles are reminded that CSAH 3 is load posted at a 7-ton axle weight maximum. CSAH 66 will need to be utilized if those limits cannot be met.

The road will be open to local traffic for the duration of the construction project throughout the summer. Local residents should be aware of the stages of construction such as excavation operations and surcharge areas, where it will be very difficult to navigate or closed at times through the construction zone. Motorists are asked to plan their daily route accordingly, expect delays, take extra time to drive safely, and respect the equipment and personnel on site.

Coordination will be ongoing to update emergency management personnel, local law enforcement, and residents on the conditions of the road as construction progresses. Residents can stay informed of weekly schedules by Facebook, Twitter, or receiving notifications via e-mail/text by subscribing to the 6-Highway list name under News Flash at www.crowwing.us/list.aspx . Last minute changes during the week due to unforeseen circumstances will be posted on Facebook.

A website with the current project details and updates can be found at www.crowwing.us/149/Current-Projects .

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Contact the Crow Wing County Highway Department at 218-824-1110 with questions.

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