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Portion of 4th Ave. in Pasco Closed for Roadway Reconstruction

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PASCO, Wash. - The City of Pasco says 4th Ave. between Sylvester St. and Nixon St. will be closed for the next week while crews reconstruct the roadway.

The City says there will also be periodic closures, including night closures, of segments of 4th Ave. between Court St. and Nixon St.

A detour for Lourdes Medical Center is in place which routes traffic for the emergency entrance down 3rd Ave. from the roundabout to Sylvester Street.

 

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