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NW MO resurfacing project scheduled
09/10/2019

(KLZA)-- Herzog Contracting Corporation is scheduled to start a resurfacing project on Highway 111 stretching from Route T in Forest City to U.S. Highway 59 in Oregon, Missouri. 

A Missouri Department of Transportation release says work will begin Wednesday, September 11 and continue through October. 

Concrete curb work is to begin in the city limits of Forest City and will continue through approximately, October 8. Resurfacing is expected to begin Monday, October 21.  

There will be single-lane closures during the project that will be up to two-miles in length. Flaggers will direct motorists through the work zone.  Work will be done Monday through Saturday during daylight hours.  Some work may also be done on Sundays if necessary to complete the project on time.  

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