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Contract let for U.S. 412 paving
Daily Dunklin Democrat
KENNETT, Mo. -- The upgrading of U.S. 412 in Dunklin and Pemiscot counties into a four-lane highway has moved forward with the awarding of a contract by the Missouri Highways and Transportation Commission for Phase 5 of the project. Phase 5 will pave an eight-mile section of road.
The $15,259,198 contract was awarded to Chester Bross Construction Co.-C.B. Equipment Inc., of Hannibal, Mo.
Construction is expected to begin in March and to be completed in 2003.