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Hurley prepares for US 51 project this summer


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HURLEY - Members of the Hurley City Council learned Tuesday evening that the city's $2.3 million utility construction project is set to start as soon as weather permits.

Jeff Seamandel, a project manager in the Rhinelander office of MSA Professional Services, said he has scheduled an April 3 pre-construction meeting.

He predicted that a May start date for construction led by Jake's Excavating and Landscaping will be set at that meeting.

The session is expected to include representatives of the city, utility companies, contractors, and the state departmen...