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  Original Published: 5/7/2014

Due to catch basin repairs, sections of Altamont Avenue from Granite Street to Ford Street are closed.

The is expected to be re-opened by Friday May 9th. Construction signs are posted at the work site. Traffic is advised to plan an alternate route to avoid possible delays.

Any questions concerning this notice may be directed to the City of Mansfield Service Complex during normal business hours, Monday thru Friday 7 a.m. to 3:30p.m. at 419-755- 9806.

And, Shatzer Road, between Fackler Road and Ganges-Five Points Road in Cass Township, will be closed starting May 7 and will remain closed for six weeks, weather permitting.

The closure will allow for a bridge replacement.

   
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