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Thursday, July 25, 2024

Damaged roads in county start to reopen

A couple of county roads that had been closed due to flooding or damage from recent flooding have started to reopen.

Cottonwood County Public Works announced that the washout on County Road 47 about 1.3 miles north of County Road 13 had been repaired and was reopened to traffic.

Additionally, the bridge abutment repair work on County Road 5, about a mile south of Highway 62, was expected to be completed by Thursday and would be reopened to traffic at that time.

The only other county road that remains closed is a one-mile stretch of County Road 99 northeast of Mt. Lake, which will remain closed while a hydraulic analysis is completed to determine a permanent fix. A culvert washout caused closure of the road.

Public Works also announced that Pat’s Grove County Park and Mountain County Park both remain closed due to flooding and flood damage.

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