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Beltrami County seeks input on Irvine Avenue, Anne Street intersection reconstruction

Beltrami County is planning to reconstruct Irvine Avenue (County State Aid Highway 15) from 30th Street to Anne Street in 2023.

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A public open house will be held about the reconstruction of the Irvine Avenue and Anne Street intersection from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 28, in the county board room at the Beltrami County Administration Building.
Nicole Ronchetti / Bemidji Pioneer
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BEMIDJI — Beltrami County is planning to reconstruct Irvine Avenue (County State Aid Highway 15) from 30th Street to Anne Street in Bemidji in 2023.

According to a release, improvements will include a new road section, city utilities, pedestrian and bicycle accommodations and intersection lighting.

The county is currently in the process of evaluating the intersection control at Irvine Avenue and Anne Street and is asking for input on alternatives being considered, including a signal, roundabout or mini-roundabout.

There are several ways to learn about the project and provide feedback.

A public open house will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 28, in the county board room at the Beltrami County Administration Building, 701 Minnesota Ave. NW.

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There is more information on the county website, www.co.beltrami.mn.us.

Community members can view project information and provide feedback via email at irvine.project@co.beltrami.mn.us.

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