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    Fulliam closed at Houser intersection for pavement restoration March 19-22

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    MUSCATINE, Iowa – Fulliam Street has been closed at the intersection with Houser and Houser will be reduced to one lane of traffic while Muscatine Power & Water (MPW) repairs the pavement from a water main break. The closure is expected to last until Monday morning.


    Fulliam traffic wanting to proceed onto Houser will be detoured onto Kindler and then to Lucas before returning to Houser. Traffic will also be reduced to a single lane on Houser while work is being conducted.


    Heuer Construction, Inc., was scheduled to begin work this morning. City officials indicate that the contractor should be able to pour concrete back by this afternoon and have the street open to traffic by Monday morning when school traffic starts.


    Drivers are urged to slow down and use caution while travelling in this area, and to find alternate routes of travel if possible. 


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