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MnDOT announces 2024 construction projects

MnDOT has announced upcoming construction projects in 2024, including some with impacts for east-central Minnesota.

Twelve miles of Highway 23 from Milaca to east of Ogilvie will be resurfaced and improved. Construction is slated to begin in mid-May and go through late October.

During that time, motorists will encounter lane closures and detours to replace drainage structures.

Those drainage structures are a pipe between 78th Avenue and 165th Street, west of Bock; a box bridge east of Kanabec County Road 52, east of Bock; and a box bridge at South Fork Groundhouse River.

Left turn lanes on Highway 23 at Mille Lacs County Road 144 will also be installed.

The project costs $6.5 million.

MnDOT will also resurface both directions of Highway 169 between Milaca and Princeton. The work also includes reconstructing the access at 169 and Mille Lacs County Road 8 in Pease.

Construction will go from early July until mid-October. Detours will be required.

The Highway 169 work in Pease will cost about $1.7 million, with the construction between Milaca and Princeton estimated at $7.2 million.

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