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Work continues on Nobles Street

WORTHINGTON -- Pavement and turf restoration remains for both the water and sewer projects on Nobles Street, the city of Worthington's engineering department reported in a press release Thursday.

WORTHINGTON - Pavement and turf restoration remains for both the water and sewer projects on Nobles Street, the city of Worthington’s engineering department reported in a press release Thursday.
Sanitary sewer work on Nobles Street was completed Wednesday. The Nobles Street work extends from Minnesota 60 to Orchard Road.
Additionally, drainage structure work at Lake Street and Seventh Avenue is scheduled to begin Tuesday. The walk along Lake Street and Lake Avenue from near Seventh Avenue to east of May Street has been postponed until July 7.
Concrete joint clean and seal work along Oxford Street from Diagonal Road to McMillan Street was to be completed Thursday.

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