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Culvert repairs will limit traffic on county road in Iowa County

Published On: Aug 17 2014 12:21:24 PM CDT
Updated On: Aug 17 2014 12:24:16 PM CDT

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AVOCA, Wis. -

County Road N will have restricted lane access Monday and Tuesday for box culvert wingwall repairs, according to a release from Iowa County officials.

County Road N between County Road I and County Road NN between Dodgeville and Muscoda will be down to one lane of traffic, officials said.

All traffic will be allowed through the work zone, but will be restricted to one lane and may be stopped for a period of time, according to the release.

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