In late September, city crews reduced travel to one lane weekdays between North Street and Yelm Highway. The city said the closure would last through Oct. 31, and the project was expected to wrap by mid-November. But the weekday closures continue. (The Olympian file)
In late September, city crews reduced travel to one lane weekdays between North Street and Yelm Highway. The city said the closure would last through Oct. 31, and the project was expected to wrap by mid-November. But the weekday closures continue. (The Olympian file) The Olympian
In late September, city crews reduced travel to one lane weekdays between North Street and Yelm Highway. The city said the closure would last through Oct. 31, and the project was expected to wrap by mid-November. But the weekday closures continue. (The Olympian file) The Olympian

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