Clary Street street work begins Monday

Work expected to be done by mid-July

City of Worthington
Worthington City Hall (Brian Korthals/Daily Globe)
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WORTHINGTON — Construction activities on Clary Street from Fredrick Avenue to McMillan Street are scheduled to begin Monday, according to a press release from the city of Worthington’s engineering department.

Clary Street will be closed to through traffic. Through traffic will be detoured to McMillan Street, 10th Avenue and Diagonal Road. Access to residents on Clary Street will alternate from the Fredrick Avenue or McMillan Street intersections of Clary Street as construction progresses. Apel Avenue at Clary Street will be closed for approximately one week during the project.

Weather permitting and construction proceeding as planned, pavement work should be completed and through traffic restored by early to mid-July.

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