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Hurley to consider contract for work on Second Avenue


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HURLEY — The Hurley City Council agreed to “get the ball rolling” for work on Second Avenue by authorizing Jeff Seamandel of the consulting firm MSA Professional Services to bring a contract for them to sign to their next meeting in July.

Street Commissioner Scott Santini said that this project will run the length of Second Avenue from Bernard to Iron streets. Seamandel said that work would not start until 2026. He said that the Wisconsin Department of Transportation would take out the asphalt, pavement and curb and gutter and replace them, as well...