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South 6th Street to open for CWC Fair week

The road will be open until Aug. 8.

Workers form concrete on a curb in Brainerd.
Workers with Knife Lake Concrete use trowels to form a sloping curb Wednesday, July 13, 2022, on South Sixth Street in Brainerd. Wednesday warm dry weather was helpful in keeping the reconstruction project moving ahead.
Steve Kohls / Brainerd Dispatch
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BRAINERD — Business Highway 371/South Sixth Street will be open to all traffic beginning Saturday, July 30.

All accesses to and from the highway for the week of the Crow Wing County Fair will be open Aug. 2-6. The road’s intersection with Buffalo Hills Lane/Industrial Park Road will remain an all-way stop.

The portion of the road from Buffalo Hills Lane/Industrial Park Road to south of Greenwood Street will close Aug. 8. The detour will use Highway 371 to Highway 210 in Baxter and back to Business Highway 371. Access will be open and maintained to those who live, work or visit residents, businesses and health care facilities along the work zone; however, expect access changes and gravel surfaces. The west access to Greenwood Street will be closed to realign the intersection.

The Business Highway 371 intersection at Buffalo Hills Lane/Industrial Park Road will remain an all-way stop until fall when the new signal system is operational.

Related Topics: TRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTION
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