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Two road closures to start May 31 in southwest Jamestown

wo road closures will begin Tuesday, May 31, in southwest Jamestown, according to the city engineer's office.

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Two road closures will begin Tuesday, May 31, in southwest Jamestown, according to the city engineer's office.

A road closure on 8th Avenue Southwest between 15th and 16th Street Southwest will begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday and last until Friday, June 3.

A road closure on 2nd Avenue Southwest between 2nd and 3rd Street Southwest will begin at 8 a.m. Tuesday and last through Friday, June 3. and last until Friday, June 10.

The city engineer's office also announced the extension of another road closure on the 700 block of 5th Street northeast. The road closure will be extended until approximately Sunday, May 29.

Construction signing will be put in place.

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Motorists should take alternate route if possible.

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