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Lane closure on 13th Avenue South in Fargo begins Aug. 15

One lane along 13th Avenue South in Fargo will close between 17th Street South and 21st Street South on Monday, Aug. 15. The closure will allow road crews to perform street surface repairs.

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FARGO — Beginning Monday, Aug. 15, 13th Avenue South in Fargo will be reduced to one lane between 17th Street South and 21st Street South.

The lane closure will allow crews to complete surface repairs.

Construction is expected to finish with the road fully reopened by the end of the day Thursday, Aug. 18.

To find a complete list of road closures, visit FargoStreets.com or follow @FargoStreets on Twitter.

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