The Windom City Council received a key detail about the Highway 60 Corridor Project at Tuesday’s meeting — the project starts in 2031.
Rhonda Allis, MnDOT’s district planning director, made the announcement while discussing potential plans for the project. Officials previously alluded to a project in “about 10 years.” A target date had not been set.
Details of the project, which is expected to include parts of Highways 62 and 71, remain under consideration. City officials say residents will have a chance to influence the project by attending MnDOT’s open house at the Community Center Tuesday, starting at 4 p.m. (3 p.m. for business people).
For more on the Highway 60 corridor study open house preview see the Oct. 20 edition of the Cottonwood County Citizen and Citizen eEdition. For more on Allis’s comments about potential project details, see the Oct. 27 Citizen.
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