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February 17, 2014

Motorists beware: Lindsay Lane work ahead

— Athens city crews are relocating a water line this week on Lindsay Lane as part of the drainage improvements south of Canebrake subdivision.

Street Department Superintendent Dolph Bradford said he expects this part of the street to remain closed through Wednesday. When the work is complete, crews will move north of the round-a-bout at Forrest Street and Nick Davis Road.

This project is part of the Alabama Transportation and Rehabilitation Improvement Program to widen and improve Lindsay Lane.

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