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Hearing to be held March 1 on Bollinger County road improvements
The Missouri Department of Transportation will hold a public hearing March 1 to discuss improvements to Highway 34 in Bollinger County.
The meeting will be held between 4 and 7 p.m. at the Woodland Elementary School gym on Highway 34 in Marble Hill, Mo., and will have an open-house format, so visitors can stop by to talk one-on-one with a member of the project team. No formal presentation will be given.
The project will include resurfacing, adding shoulders and some curve corrections from 1.6 miles east of Route DD to 0.5 miles west of Route ZZ near Glenallen, Mo. Work is anticipated to begin in the spring of 2013, with completion in the winter of 2013. Motorists can expect flagger-controlled work zones with bypasses at the relocation areas during the construction.
For more information, call Project Manager Eric Krapf at 472-5261, Transportation Project Designer Jeff Wachter at 472-5294 or 1-888-275-6636. Visit the departments website, Facebook page, Twitter page or YouTube channel to comment.