The final touch




Workers finished up the last phase of the State 67 highway project in the city of Plymouth this week. They were busy removing construction markers and cleaning up a safety railing installed along the sidewalks on East Mill Street underneath the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad trestle. The project saw the reconstruction of the highway, a main north-south thoroughfare through the city, from Suhrke Road on the north to the Mullet RIver on the south. In a separate project, the intersection of State 67 and County PP/ Hill and Dale Road was also reconstructed this summer. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Workers finished up the last phase of the State 67 highway project in the city of Plymouth this week. They were busy removing construction markers and cleaning up a safety railing installed along the sidewalks on East Mill Street underneath the Wisconsin and Southern Railroad trestle. The project saw the reconstruction of the highway, a main north-south thoroughfare through the city, from Suhrke Road on the north to the Mullet RIver on the south. In a separate project, the intersection of State 67 and County PP/ Hill and Dale Road was also reconstructed this summer. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner

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