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DOT to host public meeting for highway project in Madison

MADISON (AP) -- The state Department of Transportation is having a public meeting about the reconstruction of a mile of Highway 34 in Madison. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, and it starts at 6 p.m. Construction on the $6.8 million project...

MADISON (AP) - The state Department of Transportation is having a public meeting about the reconstruction of a mile of Highway 34 in Madison.

The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, and it starts at 6 p.m.

Construction on the $6.8 million project is tentatively scheduled to start on March 28. The work includes grading, curb and gutter, traffic signals and concrete surfacing, among other things.

The city of Madison and T & R Contracting are also part of the meeting. In addition to hearing a short presentation about the construction, community members will be invited to ask questions and discuss issues at the gathering.

Written comments about the project will also be presented at that time.

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