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Ogletree Road now open at culvert replacement site

Ogletree Road now open at culvert replacement site

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Automobiles zip through the intersection of Shug Jordan Parkway and Richland Road in Auburn in this June 25, 2011 file photo.

Ogletree Road has now reopened at the site of the culvert replacement project between Oak Knoll Circle and White Oak Lane, the city of Auburn announced Friday.

Construction included demolishing two corrugated metal pipe culverts to make way for a new double barrel, bottomless, cast-in-place concrete culvert, the city’s project status page states.

Delays can be expected as final grading, paving, sodding and guardrail installation continues in the coming weeks, the City of Auburn said.

Drivers are advised to remain cautious when traveling through the construction site.

President Joe Biden welcomed March job data as America’s employers unleashed a burst of hiring, adding 916,000 jobs for the month.

Construction began in August 2020. Hudmon Construction Company, Inc. of Opelika served as the contractor for the project.

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