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April 23, 2012

P.M. UPDATE: Road work set to begin on McLain Road

Motorists who travel McLain Road east of U.S. 64 can expect delays beginning Tuesday, when a resurfacing project begins.

District 2 Commissioner Stephen Wright said the 5.25-mile project is expected to take one or two weeks to complete.

Wright said Becco Co., project contractor, will begin work at the east end of McLain Road and work toward U.S. 64.

The two-lane resurfacing project will cost just more than $384,000 to complete.

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