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Reader's View: Highway construction crews are appreciated

It's been amazing to watch the progress made so far.

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We are part of The Trust Project.

The construction workers are really hustling along the Interstate 35 and U.S. Highway 53 project. It's been amazing to watch the progress made so far. They all seem focused and efficient.

We appreciate you!

Also, special props to whoever comes up with the fun messages on the electronic signs over the interstate. They bring laughs and awareness to a lot of people.

Keep up the good work, all!

Elyse Bongiovanni

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