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Two road closings scheduled next week

Anthony Road will be closed between Park Drive and U.S. 52 for 60 days beginning on Wednesday, May 18, at 8 a.m.

The signed detour route will be Park Drive to Gold Knob Road to U.S. 52. Homeowners on Anthony Road will have access from Park Drive.

The 600 block of Klumac Road will be closed between Jake Alexander Boulevard and Martin Luther King Jr. Ave. starting Monday, May 16 until Oct. 2.

That project will replace the existing bridge over Town Creek. It is separate from the rail grading/underpass project.

For more information, contact the N.C. Department of Transportation at 704-630-3200.

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