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Lima Road paving stoppages to resume Saturday

The approaches to Lima Road between Coliseum Boulevard and Dalgren Avenue are to be intermittently stopped for paving on Saturday and into next week, the Indiana Department of Transportation said today.

The stoppages are expected to last no longer than 20 minutes, the transportation department said in a statement. They will be during daytime hours.

The work is part of the Lima Road resurfacing project, which is expected to be completed by September, the statement said.

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