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MnDOT to hold May 12 open house for Hwy 87 project in Frazee

The “complete streets” project includes resurfacing and reconstructing of the highway, replacing city utilities, and improving pedestrian and bicycle access and accommodations.

Road Construction Ahead orange sign.
Starting on May 31, MnDOT will reconstruct Highway 87 from Highway 10 to North River Drive in Frazee.
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DETROIT LAKES — The Minnesota Department of Transportation will hold a public open house from 3:30-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 12, to discuss upcoming construction on Highway 87 in Frazee.

The open house will be at the Frazee Event Center, at 114 Lake Street. Residents, business owners, and area visitors and commuters are encouraged to attend. There will be no formal presentation, just stop in whenever it is convenient.

Starting May 31, MnDOT will reconstruct Highway 87 from Highway 10 to North River Drive in Frazee. The “complete streets” project includes resurfacing and reconstructing Highway 87, replacing city utilities, and improving pedestrian and bicycle access and accommodations.

Construction will be completed in stages, with changing detours, lane shifts and closures. The project is expected to be completed in October.

For those who cannot attend the in-person event or would prefer to get information virtually, all upcoming construction information will be available on the project website mndot.gov/d4/projects/frazee .

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Comments and questions can be submitted via a form on the project website or contact MnDOT .

Visit the project website for more information about the project and to sign up for project email updates.

MnDOT invites and encourages participation by all. Those who need a reasonable accommodation to fully participate, such as an ASL or spoken language interpreter, or need documents in an alternate format, such as braille or large print, can contact Janet Miller at 651-366-4720 or e-mail ADArequest.dot@state.mn.us no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event.

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