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Huge Project Slated For Fort Collins Next Month

When the calendar flips to July, Fort Collins will get underway with a project that will tear up Oak Street west of Old Town for two years.  The goal is to ease flooding in Old Town, where century-old  infrastructure can’t handle the runoff from storms.  The Coloradoan reports the first phase of the Oak Street stormwater project will begin July 8. It will construct a drainage system from Mason Street all the way to Jackson Avenue, next to City Park, and it’ll cost $40 million.

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