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Intersection at Grand Forks' Columbia Road and 32nd Avenue to see reduced traffic for a day

Crews will be repairing a catch basin.

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A road construction sign warns of work ahead. (iStock/jakes47s)

A portion of a busy intersection in south Grand Forks will be reduced to one lane on Tuesday, Nov. 16.

According to a release from the city, eastbound traffic on 32nd Avenue South will be reduced to a single lane at its intersection with Columbia Road.

If the weather cooperates, the closure likely will only last a day, the city predicts, as crews repair a catch basin in the area.

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