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Minnesota 60 work progressing in Windom

Expect traffic changes prior to July 4

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MANKATO — Construction on Minnesota 60 through Windom has been making headway even with the too-often inclement weather. Residents and motorists can expect to see the concrete barrier removed and the highway temporarily striped prior to July 4.

The milling and paving phase of the Minnesota 60 project is expected to start before mid-July.

The project includes resurfacing Minnesota 60 from Minnesota 62 to 490th Avenue, improving sidewalk crossing for accessibility and, with the city of Windom, completing some sewer work.

More information, including updated construction stages, can be found at www.mndot.gov/d7/projects/hwy60windom/ . Duininck Inc. of Albert Lea was awarded the project with a bid of $3,146,877.

For updated road condition information, call 511 or visit www.511mn.org

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