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Construction Complete/
Installations Ongoing

 

The construction process has wrapped up, but installations are continuing to take place throughout winter/spring 2023 in the following areas:

  • Aitkin
  • Crosby North/County Rd 11
  • Eveleth
  • Hibbing
  • Little Falls Area
  • South Long Lake
  • Sylvan Township
  • Wild Bird Lane/Hamlet Lake

 

To receive an update about a specific address, please call our office at 218-454-1234.

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2023 Construction Plan

Project updates as of January 2023…

Cuyuna Lakes Area

Engineering and permitting are underway. Construction won’t begin until mid-2023.

 

If you live in this area and are interested in services, please call 218-454-1144 or enter your address below.

East Crooked Lake

Engineering and permitting are complete. Construction may begin soon but won’t be complete until spring 2023. Installations will take place in 2023.

 

If you live in this area and are interested in services, please call 218-454-1144 or enter your address below.

Rice Lake

Construction is underway and splicing is scheduled for later this year. We anticipate that installations will begin in early 2023.

 

If you live in this area and are interested in services, please call 218-454-1144 or enter your address below.

Serenity / Lake Edward Area

Serenity Lane: Construction is complete. Installations are currently underway.

 

Lake Edward: Construction is underway but won’t be complete until spring 2023. Installations (including some temporary drops) will take place in 2023.

 

If you live in this area and are interested in services, please call 218-454-1144 or enter your address below.

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