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Work to resume on two Falls City highway projects
03/20/2019

(KLZA)-- Weather permitting, work on two Falls City area highway improvement projects will resume the week of March 25.  

Knife  River Corporation doing business as Knife River Midwest of Sioux City, Iowa was awarded the bids on both projects.

The Highway 8 project from Salem to Falls City includes pavement repair and asphalt surfacing at a bid price of more than $3.4-million.

The Highway 73 project through Falls City includes concrete pavement repair and asphalt surfacing at a cost just under $2-million. 

According to the release from the Nebraska Department of Transportation,  traffic will be maintained by one lane work zones and both projects are to be completed this spring.  

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