County Highway 66 closure to begin May 16

Local traffic will be detoured around the construction area.

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Contributed / Metro Newspaper Service

CROSSLAKE — Starting May 16, County Highway 66 in Crosslake will be closed between Daggett Bay Road and Daggett Pine Road for road construction.

This section of County Highway 66 will be closed to through traffic until approximately July 1 for Phase 1 of the construction project.

Phase 2 of the project on County Highway 66 is from Daggett Pine Road to County Highway 16, which will take place from approximately July 1 to Sept. 1. Local traffic will be detoured around the construction area.

Contact Bolton & Menk project engineer Andrew Beadell at 218-244-5928 or Casper Construction Inc. project manager Tom Alverson at 218-398-0706 for questions or concerns.

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