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Be ready for road construction

If you travel 17 Mile between US131 and West Street, you are going to want to give yourself some extra time to get to your destination the next couple of weeks.

Starting Tuesday, September 14, Kent County will begin work on that stretch of road and use lane shifts to get traffic through the area. During construction it will be reduced from four lanes to two lanes—one in each direction.

They will mill the existing asphalt surface, and replace it with HMA pavement. According to Cedar Springs Department of Public Works Superintendent Jerry Hall, the city asked the county to have it done before Red Flannel Day, which is only three weeks away. He said the job shouldn’t take more than a couple of weeks to do, as long as the weather cooperates.

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