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Work resumes on Bullhook Drainage Project

 

Havre Daily News/Ryan Berry

New culvert is laid out during construction of the Bullhook Drainage Project Wednesday in Havre.

Six years after a subterranean drainage ditch started collapsing in Havre, work is again underway to fix the drainage system.

"It is all about reliable infrastructure," Lakeside Excavation Inc. Owner-Estimator Tyler Smith said. "And it is about the public being able to travel safely on roads and not worry about channels caving in."

Havre Mayor Tim Solomon said this morning that it is good the work is resuming.

"This is very important," he said. "This is a big project and it is just disappointing that it has taken this long, but it protects the downtown areas."

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