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Crow Wing County to work on various county roads

Crow Wing County maintenance crews will spray patch, repair and mow along various county roads.

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BRAINERD — Crow Wing County maintenance crews will spray patch County Road 170 (Mapleton Road) in Baxter on Monday, Sept. 26, and County Highway 77 (Pine Beach Road) west of Baxter on Tuesday through Friday.

County maintenance crews will perform all-terrain vehicle and storm washout repairs throughout the week on various county roads.

They may be working simultaneously in the drive lane and on the shoulders, creating the need to close one or more lanes of traffic. Signing, flaggers or portable traffic lights will control the traffic flow through these work areas.

County maintenance crews will also patch potholes Tuesday on various county roads. They will be pulling over and frequently stopping on the shoulders of the roads to perform the patching work. Loose patching material debris may be present.

Crews will continue mowing operations on various county roads through October.

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All maintenance work is weather sensitive and subject to delay or change.

For more information on the county highway system, or to report a roadway issue, call the county highway department at 218-824-1110 or visit crowwing.us .

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