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The Minnesota Department of Transportation is inviting area residents to an upcoming public meeting about the Hwy 23 South Gap project.

Hwy 23 is an important interregional corridor for the economy in the region. It provides the primary east-west route connecting Willmar to Interstate 94 and beyond. The segment of Hwy 23 between Willmar and Interstate 94 is a distance of approximately 53 miles. Of these 53 miles, all but 16 miles have been constructed as a four lane roadway.
Residents are invited to learn about the construction phase of the South Gap 4-lane Expansion Project that gets underway this Spring. MnDOT staff and the contractor will be on hand to answer your questions about the 2-year construction project.
The meeting is set for Thu. March 2, from 4:30-6:30 pm at Peace Lutheran Church, 100 4th Ave SW, New London. Stop by at your convenience, there will not be a formal presentation.