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The Michigan Department of Transportation is investing about $1.3 million to replace a culvert on M-26 over a tributary of Gooseneck Creek near Dollar Bay.
The structure was damaged during severe flooding in June.
The project is expected to start on October 5 and be done near the end of the month.
Work will require a single-lane closure with a temporary traffic signal.
The new culvert will provide a long-term repair for the damaged culvert and roadway.