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Portions of 2 downtown streets to be closed on Tuesday in Bemidji

Sections of both Third Street Northwest and Beltrami Avenue Northwest in Bemidji will be closed on Tuesday, Oct. 4, for tree work to be performed.

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BEMIDJI — Sections of both Third Street Northwest and Beltrami Avenue Northwest in Bemidji will be closed on Tuesday, Oct. 4, for tree work to be performed.

Third Street will be closed between the entrance of Parking Lot 3 and Minnesota Avenue, and Beltrami Avenue will be closed south of its Third Street intersection.

The closures will begin in the early morning hours on Tuesday, and it’s anticipated that the work will be completed the same day by 3 p.m.

For the safety of residents and work crews, it’s asked that alternate routes are found and work zones are respected.

According to Bemidji Parks and Recreation Director Marcia Larson, the goal is to remove trees for the safety of businesses and residents in the downtown area.

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For more information, Larson can be contacted at (218) 333-1860 or marcia.larson@ci.bemidji.mn.us.

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