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Wall Triana closes at Park Meadow

This map shows a detour for the closure on Wall Triana. CONTRIBUTED
This map shows a detour for the closure on Wall Triana. CONTRIBUTED

MADISON – A section of Wall Triana will be closed at Park Meadow subdivision from Feb. 8 through Feb 19.

Madison Utilities will replace the wastewater main line and manholes on Wall Triana at the Park Meadow Drive entrance. During construction, Wall Triana will be closed to through traffic from the Eastview Drive extension to Browns Ferry Road.

The work will require two weeks. Madison Utilities urges motorists to use caution while in the area.

When driving south on Wall Triana, motorists can detour by turning east (left) on the extended section of Eastview Drive. Continue to Hughes Road and turn right (south). Turn west (right) on Browns Ferry Road, and turn south (left) on Wall Triana.

Madison Utilities expressed appreciation to residents for their patience during the necessary improvements to the waste water system.

Madison Utilities’ address is 101 Ray Sanderson Drive, just off Palmer Road. Mark Bland works as manager of the wastewater system.

For more information, call 256-772-0253 or visit madisonutilities.org or Facebook/Madison Utilities.

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