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LOCAL NEWS-
In their February 13 meeting, the Crookston City Council gave the green light on seven street projects for this summer. According to Public Works Director, Pat Kelly, that amounts to a busy construction season for street work this year in Crookston. “Every four years the City of Crookston gets somewhere in the neighborhood of $800,000 to use on some of our designated federal and state aid streets. And then we have our regular non-federal and non-state-aid projects that we are going to do, also," said Kelly. “The main project we are going to be doing is completely milling and overlaying South Main, from the Main and Broadway bridges all the way down to 3rd Avenue South. We’ll repair curb and gutters and replace the sidewalk with a 10’ wide walkway, to tie in with our other multi-purpose paths.”
Another federally-funded project will provide a multi-purpose walkway on the south end of town.  “One of our projects, beside just the streets, is to install a multi-purpose path along Fairfax Avenue, from Main Street all the way over to Highway 2; the Military Memorial Walkway," said Kelly. 


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