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LO's Country Club Road Project is nearly complete and traffic patterns will soon be back to normal

PMG FILE PHOTO: SAM STITES - The City's Country Club Road Project, which began in January, is nearly complete and traffic patterns will soon be back to normal.The Country Club Road Project marked another significant milestone July 16, as the City announced that paving was complete and traffic patterns would be restored to their normal state July 18 and 19.

Weather permitting, crews will place permanent striping and remove traffic changes Thursday and Friday. This means the following patterns will be restored:

— All-way stops at 10th Street and Six Corners intersections

— Two lanes moving in each direction on Country Club Road

— A speed limit of 30 mph in this corridor

— Access from C Avenue, 10th Street and Iron Mountain Road to Country Club Road

"Intermittent single lane closures may be in place through the end of July for final landscaping and restoration work," the City wrote on its website.

The project, which began early this year, was intended to repair pavement on Country Club Road while also replacing or upgrading major utilities from 10th Street to the Six Corners intersection that were "beyond repair." New fire hydrants were also added to improve safety in the area.

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