Magnesium chloride application begins April 29

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SHERIDAN — The Sheridan County Public Works Road and Bridge Department will begin its annual magnesium chloride application project the week of April 29 through May 2.

The roads scheduled for this week include: Wild Horse (County Road 38), Echeta Road (CR 293), Upper Powder Road (CR 273), Lower Powder River Road (CR 269), Short Road (CR 94), North Park Road (CR 1249), Upper Road (CR 113), Box Cross Road (CR 111), Island Road (CR 105), Big Horn Cemetery Road (CR 107), McCormick Road (CR 109), Landon Lane (CR 1251), Maverick Road (CR 1213), Coal Creek Road (CR 195), Thompson Creek Road (CR 219) and Murphy Gulch Road (CR 147).

This schedule is subject to change depending on the weather. Please drive with caution on these roads and use alternate routes if possible.

For more information call 674-2920 and speak with Public Works Director Rod Liesinger or Road and Bridge Program Manager Pete Husman.

By |April 26th, 2013|

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