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Bridge replacement underway near Milan

MILAN -- Workers with the Robert R. Schroeder Construction Company of Glenwood continue to make progress on the $7.7 million project to replace the 1939-vintage Milan Bridge on state Highway 40 crossing Lac qui Parle Lake.

Tom Cherveny / TribuneWorkers with Robert R. Schroeder Construction Company, Glenwood, have removed the Milan Bridge on state Highway 40 as part of the project to replace it. Workers are hoping to have the new bridge open to traffic on Oct. 1. Work is shown on Friday, June 7.
Tom Cherveny / Tribune Workers with Robert R. Schroeder Construction Company, Glenwood, have removed the Milan Bridge on state Highway 40 as part of the project to replace it. Workers are hoping to have the new bridge open to traffic on Oct. 1. Work is shown on Friday, June 7.

MILAN - Workers with the Robert R. Schroeder Construction Company of Glenwood continue to make progress on the $7.7 million project to replace the 1939-vintage Milan Bridge on state Highway 40 crossing Lac qui Parle Lake.
The goal is to have a new bridge in place and open to traffic on Oct. 1. Work is shown on Friday, June 7.

Tom Cherveny / TribuneWorkers with the Robert R. Schroeder Construction Company of Glenwood continue to make progress on the $7.7 million project to replace the 1939-vintage Milan Bridge on state Highway 40 crossing Lac qui Parle Lake. The goal is to have a new bridge in place and open to traffic on Oct. 1. Work is shown on Friday, June 7.
Tom Cherveny / Tribune Workers with the Robert R. Schroeder Construction Company of Glenwood continue to make progress on the $7.7 million project to replace the 1939-vintage Milan Bridge on state Highway 40 crossing Lac qui Parle Lake. The goal is to have a new bridge in place and open to traffic on Oct. 1. Work is shown on Friday, June 7.

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