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Upper Black Creek local bridge replacement calls for detour

Arcola Road/County Road (CR) 582 at Upper Black Creek Bridge located near Rozier Road will close to thru-traffic for 180 days starting Monday, March 1 for a bridge replacement project. 

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The contractor Southern Concrete Construction will prepare and maintain the detour around the closure, which utilizes State Route (SR) 46, SR 67, Brooklet-Denmark Road and Mud Road. Motorists can access residences in the area up to the work zone. For the safety of the public, unauthorized personnel and motorized vehicular are not permitted in the construction zone.

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This $1.2 million project will replace the current weight restricted bridge working within existing right of way. If the weather cooperates, the project is expected to be completed late third quarter of this year.

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