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Posted by Randy on 2013/6/10 6:10:00 (352 reads) News by the same author

A variety of road repairs will be underway this week in North Missouri. Expect delays in construction areas.

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In Grundy county.........

Pavement repairs on highway 6 between Trenton and the Daviess county line today and Tuesday.

Highway 6 in Trenton is to receive Pavement repairs Wednesday through Friday.

Grundy county route K between route e and the Livingston county line is to have pothole patching today through Friday.

Grundy county route U is to be sealed between route f and highway 190 in Livingston county Tuesday Through Friday.

Mercer county route WW is to be closed at the Harrison county line today from 7 o'clock until 2 o'clock. It's for a culvert replacement.

A section of mercer county route B is to have pothole patching today through Wednesday. It's between route n and Highway 136.

Projects in Livingston county include.......

Route V receiving grading work at the railroad bridge at Chillicothe today through Friday.

Pothole patching on route k between Highway 65 and the Grundy county line today through Friday.

Livingston county route A and a portion of route U being sealed Tuesday through Friday. The route U work is between highway 190 and Grundy county route F.

Work in Daviess county includes.....

Interstate 35 receiving pavement repairs between Mile markers 76 and 72 today through Friday. It includes a 16 foot width restriction.

Sealing projects on various routes in Daviess county are planned today through Thursday. Daviess county route K, is to be closed Thursday between route B and highway 146 in Harrison county. The hours of that closure are 7 until 3 o'clock.

Several roads are to be closed this week in Harrison county for sealing and culvert replacements.

Route WW is to be closed at the Mercer county line for culvert replacement today. The hours are from 7 o'clock until 2 o'clock.

Harrison county route AA is to be closed Wednesday morning between 7 and 11 for sealing. Harrison county route MM is to be closed for sealing on Wednesday between highways 13 and 146. The hours are from noon until 3 o'clock. Route MM is to be closed again Thursday morning From 7 until 11 o'clock for sealing between highway 146 and Route CC.

Harrison county county route K is to be closed Thursday between highway 146 and Daviess county route B for sealing. The hours are 7 until 3 o'clock. Harrison county route UU is to be closed just west of route O for culvert replacement. That's planned Thursday between 7 and 2 o'clock.


Sullivan county work includes route PP being closed between routes E and W for sealing Tuesday. The hours are from 8 until 4. Sullivan county route D is to be closed between highway 6 and the Adair county line Thursday For sealing. Those hours are from 8 until 4.


Putnam county projects include......

Highway 149 being closed today between highway 136 and the Iowa line for sealing. The hours are 8 until 3:30.

Putnam county route U is to be closed today between The Iowa line and 125th street for a culvert placement. The Closure is between 7:30 and 3 o'clock.

Route U is to be closed Tuesday between 160th and 173rd streets for a culvert replacement between 7:30 and 3 o'clock.

Putnam county route CC is to be closed Wednesday Between the Iowa line and highway 129 for sealing. The hours are between 8 and 3:30.


Linn county route B over locust creek is closed just west of Linneus for additional inspections. There are various other projects around the area involving pothole patching, sealing, mowing, drainage, and Sign operations which do not require closures.

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