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Work on 10th St. to start next week

Workers will begin performing slurry seal work on 10th Street next week, City Engineer Robert L. Winiecke said.
Work will begin either Monday night or Tuesday, depending on the weather and other scheduling concerns. Traffic will be shifted based upon the pavement being sealed, with traffic channeled to an alternate lane. The work is expected to take about two weeks.
The project will be done in four segments: Patton to Kennedy, McKinley to Harrison,  Washington to Main and Frey to approximately 1,320 feet east of the U.S. 281 Bypass.
This is a City Connecting Links (KLINK) project through ...

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