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Members of the Detroit Lakes Public Works Department cleared shoreline aquatic plants and truck loads of sediment as they restored a stormwater retention pond on Eighth Street in Detroit Lakes over the past week.
Access to businesses such as Breezy Shores, GoGo Rental and the bowling alley will be accessible off County Road 6.
Renovations to Detroit Lakes' Historic Holmes Theatre complex are expected to be complete when the 2022-23 theater season officially gets underway in September, while construction of the adjoining Becker County Museum building should be finished in time to open at the start of the new year.
Engineers for Becker County and Detroit Lakes provided Highland Drive residents with an update to their street reconstruction project during a joint meeting, hosted at City Hall in Detroit Lakes on July 19.
MnDOT’s TED Program is a competitive grant program that helps meet the state’s transportation and economic development needs by creating and preserving well-paying jobs and leveraging private and local investment in transportation infrastructure.
The bridge replacement was originally scheduled to start in mid-May, but was delayed due to high water levels. As a reminder, Highway 200 is closed between Mahnomen and Roy Lake for road construction. Traffic is being detoured to Highway 59, Highway 113 and County Road 39

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Summit Avenue to Minnesota Avenue will close today (Friday) at the end of the school day, and Minnesota Avenue to Washington Avenue will close Saturday morning.
Members of the Planning Commission will consider an annexation of 37.5 acres that was requested by property owners between Highway 59 and West Lake Drive.
Due to the rising cost of the West Lake Drive Phase Two street and utility project, between County Road 6 and the Pelican River, and significantly higher than estimated assessments to property owners, a second special assessment public hearing has been scheduled for the project on June 7 at 5 p.m. at City Hall in Detroit Lakes.

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