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Lane closure scheduled Wednesday on Highway 29 in Glenwood

GLENWOOD -- Motorists traveling on Highway 29 north of Glenwood will encounter a lane closure Wednesday. According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, crews will be completing storm sewer repairs near Second Avenue, approximately two b...

Minnesota motorists always like to have road construction projects in their rearview mirrors, like this in the Detroit Lakes area. The 2018 Legislature is considering asking voters to dedicate more funds to road and bridge work. Forum News Service
Minnesota motorists always like to have road construction projects in their rearview mirrors, like this in the Detroit Lakes area. The 2018 Legislature is considering asking voters to dedicate more funds to road and bridge work. Forum News Service

GLENWOOD - Motorists traveling on Highway 29 north of Glenwood will encounter a lane closure Wednesday.

According to the Minnesota Department of Transportation, crews will be completing storm sewer repairs near Second Avenue, approximately two blocks north of the intersection of state Highways 29, 28 and 104.

The work is expected to be completed by 6 p.m. Wednesday.

Short delays are expected, as Highway 28/29 between Starbuck and Glenwood also remains closed to thru-traffic for the current resurfacing and shoulder-widening project. Wednesday's storm sewer repair is separate from that construction project, according to MnDOT.

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