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Holiday light installation could mean lane closures

SALISBURY – The city may temporarily close two lanes of East Innes Street at night this week as crews work to install holiday lights in the median.
Closures may affect the lanes adjacent to the median for eastbound and westbound traffic on East Innes Street between Long and Lee streets.
If necessary, lane closures will begin after 6 p.m. Wednesday and may continue each evening through Friday.
Slight traffic delays are expected while traveling through this area. Work will be completed by 3 a.m. each day.
Holiday wreaths will be installed on poles at a later date in the downtown area during evening hours to eliminate inconvenience to downtown businesses and patrons. Temporary lane closures are expected with these installations as well.
To learn more about temporary lane closures, call traffic operations Manager Wendy Brindle at 704-638-5269.

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