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Road construction to close county highway in Crosslake

Portion of Crow Wing County Highway 66 in Crosslake will be closed almost until Aug. 16 for road construction.

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CROSSLAKE — Crow Wing County Highway 66 in Crosslake will be closed between Daggett Pine Road (Community Center Road) and County Highway 16 for road construction starting Monday, July 25.

The section will be closed to through traffic until about Aug. 16; there will be no through traffic north of Daggett Pine Road on County Highway 66. Through traffic will be routed around the construction area using County Road 103 or County Highway 3 detours.

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

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