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Pavement Repairs on Portions of 24th Avenue West in Lincoln Park

Updated: 06/29/2014 5:40 PM
Created: 06/29/2014 5:35 PM WDIO.com

Your commute to work on Monday might get a little longer.

The City of Duluth is working on pavement repairs on 24th Avenue West specifically between West 1st and 3rd Streets and West 4th and 6th Streets.

Those improvements are expected be done on July 9 depending on the weather.

The intersections will remain open and access will be maintained to local businesses and residential properties, but closed to thru-traffic. Motorists should follow the signed detours.

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