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Williston celebrates completion of Main Street project

WILLISTON, N.D. — State and local officials in Williston are celebrating the completion of a $10.6 million reconstruction of the city’s downtown Main Street.

The Williston Main Street Reconstruction project includes replacement of storm drains, sewer, water, sidewalks, landscaping and signal lights from Front Street to 6th Street.

Williston Mayor Howard Klug, Williston Area Chamber of Commerce President Scott Meske, Williston Downtowners Association Executive Director Karissa Kjos and North Dakota Department of Transportation Deputy Director Darcy Rosendahl attended Thursday’s ribbon cutting. They spoke about the project’s many benefits for Williston and the region.

The North Dakota Department of Transportation says it has invested about $206 million in road projects for Williston during the past few years.

In related news, US 85 bridge near Williston being closed for maintenance.

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