Tuesday’s heat does not slow construction projects in Perry

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On Bateman Street east of First Avenue, Crow River Construction of New London, Minnesota, was digging deep in phase one of a street widening and repaving project.

It might be 100 degrees in Perry Tuesday afternoon, but laborers were hard at work on a number of construction projects around town.

On Bateman Street east of First Avenue, Crow River Construction of New London, Minnesota, was digging deep in phase one of a street widening and repaving project. The crew will work a 10-day-on-and-four-day-off schedule.

Stir along 28th Street at McKinley Street was also visible, with the second 30-unit building of the Perrywood Apartments now under construction. Farther south on 28th Street, activity was seen for the first time in many months at the Magnolia Park planned unit development.

Crack sealers with Carlisle-based Parking Lot Specialties were seen sealing cracks in the 2100 block of Iowa Street. Motorists are urged to use caution in the area.

Cleanup appeared to be ongoing at 403 First Ave., the former offices of Family Health and Wellness chiropractice. A Domino’s Pizza is rumored to be the incoming tenant of the Perry plaza.

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