A Major Road in Primera is Set to be Repaired in the New Year
PRIMERA – A major road in Primera is set to be repaired in the New Year.
The first section of Stuart Place Road is under-construction.
Local residents say they don’t know when the road was originally put down, but it hasn’t been replaced since.
Mayor Dace Kusch says the cost contributed to the long wait-time of this project.
The cost of the project is about $750,000.
Stuart Place Road will be repaired in two phases.
City officials hope both phases will be done by Summer.
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