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County continues bituminous paving work

WORTHINGTON -- Duininck Inc., Nobles County's contractor on a $9.5 million, 70-mile pavement resurfacing contract, continues to make progress. As of this week, resurfacing work was completed on County State Aid Highways 13 (Jones Avenue) between ...

WORTHINGTON - Duininck Inc., Nobles County’s contractor on a $9.5 million, 70-mile pavement resurfacing contract, continues to make progress.

As of this week, resurfacing work was completed on County State Aid Highways 13 (Jones Avenue) between Interstate 90 and CSAH 25 (Minnesota 266) located north of Rushmore, and CSAH 19 (Birket Avenue) between CSAH 35 and CSAH 16 (170th Street) west of Adrian.

The contractor will begin work on the last segment of roadway Monday on CSAH 14 (200th Street) between Minnesota 91 and CSAH 15 (Edwards Avenue) south of Lismore. All paving work should be completed by Aug. 30.
The public can expect delays of up to 20 minutes when driving this roadway. It is recommended alternative routes be used if possible.
The remainder of the work under this contract will involve placing shouldering along the edge
of the roadways, and painting the centerline and the edge line striping.
The 14 projects included in this contract represent 18 percent of the county paved road system.
This roadway work is part of Nobles County’s larger commitment to improve the condition and
safety of the county highway system.

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