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Cedar, Houser intersection to be closed three weeks

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MUSCATINE, Iowa – The intersection of Cedar and Houser Streets will be closed for three weeks starting Monday, March 30, as the City of Muscatine Full Depth Patching Project resumes with work to remove and restore the pavement in the intersection.

“This is the perfect time to repair this intersection with reduced traffic and school being closed as part of the response to the COVID-19 outbreak,” Brian Stineman, Director of the Department of Public Works, said.

No access into the intersection will be available off of Houser Street (see detour map). Cedar Street will be reduced to one lane to maintain traffic.

Drivers are urged to find alternate routes and to use caution when travelling in or around any construction area.

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