The Minnesota Department of Transportation has resumed work on the landslide
stabilization project on Highway 2 and 6th Street in Crookston. They are
getting the cement plant up and running and next week they will start digging
the shear walls, which will take a month and by mid June they will construct the
walls and get the slope sheet back up and get the top soil back in for a flatter
slope. “The large excavator will be working and will be digging the walls,” said
Paul Konickson, MnDot Engineer. “Material will be pumped into the walls with a
little dirt being hauled back in, but most of it will be what is there now.”
The project will be finished by September with landscaping done at the end of
Residents should be aware of the project when they are driving, biking and
walking by the project.
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