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Saturday, May 25, 2024

City council, MnDOT to discuss 3-lane

The Windom City Council this week will host planners and leaders from the Minnesota Department of Transportation to discuss plans for new stoplights and a re-striping project for 2025 aimed at improving safety and traffic flow in the main Highway 60/71 corridor that runs north-south through the municipality.

Mary Loeffler, the project manager for this Windom assignment for MnDOT, said the state is seeking to work with the local community to improve both the short and long-term use of this key local roadway.

For more on this story, please see the April 3 edition of the Citizen.

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