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June 18 in history

7:13 AM, Jun. 18, 2013  |  Comments
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June 18, 1932 - Underpass open in town of Lawrence: The Lawrence underpass, on Highway 41 south of De Pere, under construction for several months, was opened to traffic last evening, when barriers were removed from the pavement at either end of the project, and cars were passing through under the railroad trestle last night and today. It may be necessary to detour traffic again somewhat later, for some additional work that is to be done, although this is not definite and the work will require only a few days if it is necessary to close the road at all.

At the Shawano Ave. underpass, the Milwaukee Road is expected to begin pouring concrete for the trestle abutments within a few days, and paving of the road is also expected to be started next week.

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