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Posted on: December 20, 2022

Temporary road closures approved near Rec Center construction site

Brunson Closure

Enterprise City Council Tuesday approved the temporary closure of portions of three roads in the vicinity of the new Recreation and Aquatic Center construction site off E. Lee Street.

Portions of E. Brunson Street, Hollis Street, and Swenson Street will be closed effective immediately. These streets surround the site where the M.N. (Jug) Brown Recreation Center once stood.  That building was demolished Monday, as crews worked to clear the land ahead of an anticipated January construction start date for the new $23 million Enterprise Recreation and Aquatic Center.

These temporary closures will stay in effect until such time as the portions of those streets are permanently vacated.  A public hearing for the permanent vacation is set for Feb. 7, 2023, at the regularly scheduled Council Meeting at 6 p.m. at City Hall.

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