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Culvert work causes road closure on Wellington Road 11

MAPLETON - A portion of Wellington Road 11 here will be closed from late May until the end of June.

Wellington County has engaged Moorefield Excavating, to complete the replacement of a culvert on Wellington Road 11 between the Fourth and Sixth Lines of Mapleton.  A road closure will commence on May 23 and the project is expected to be completed by June 30.  

“If the weather and installation cooperates” the work may be completed before June 30, states Wellington County construction manager Mark Eby in an email.

 Residents will be able to access their homes from the nearest open end of the road.  The road at the culvert will be impassable, Eby states.

A detour route will take traffic on Wellington Roads 45 and 12 and the Sixth Line.

May 19, 2017

 
 

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