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Knollwood Drive to close Monday, Sept. 19

Drivers are urged to drive with caution and follow all detour routes with this phase of construction.

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As a dump truck empties it's gravel on Foley Road in Baxter Monday, Sept. 12, 2022. Knollwood Drive will be closed to traffic for construction work related to storm sewer and Foley Drive.
Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch
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BAXTER — Knollwood Drive from Highway 210 to Timberlane Drive will be closed to traffic starting at 7 a.m. Monday, Sept. 19, and reopening 6 p.m. Oct. 7, for storm sewer construction and the reconstruction of the Foley Road and Knollwood Drive intersection.

During this time, thru traffic must utilize alternate routes, and drivers are urged to drive with caution and follow all detour routes with this phase of construction.

Map of Baxter streets with road closure highlighted.
A segment of Knollwood Drive will be closed from Monday, Sept. 19, and is expected to reopen Oct. 7. <br/>
Contributed / City of Baxter

Contact Bolton & Menk Inc. Project Engineer Bryan Drown at 218-821-5242 or Anderson Brothers Project Superintendent Scott Hendrickson at 218-820-9917 for questions or concerns.

The city of Baxter noted patience is appreciated during this construction process.

Related Topics: BAXTERTRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTION
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