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Road Closing in Town of Middlefield

MIDDLEFIELD—Town of Middlefield Supervisor Dave Karl has announced that Ottaway Road in the Town of Middlefield will be closed near the intersection of Ottaway Road and County Route 33 to replace the culvert over Red Creek. The closing will be from August 28 to approximately September 29.


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