The intersection of State Road 70 and Palmbrush Trail wil be closed to traffic starting today, as work to bring reclaimed water to Lakewood Ranch continues.
Contractor E. T. MacKenzie began staging equipment and materials required to bore underneath S.R. 70 at the location, as part of the Braden River Utitilies reclaimed water interconnect project.
The closure will be in effect through Feb. 10.
Drivers can access businesses along Palmbrush Trail by taking Lakewood Ranch Boulevard.
For a complete story, see the Jan. 23 issue of the East County Observer.
Contact Pam Eubanks at email@example.com.
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