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Capital Improvement Project Update: Magnolia Drainage Project Now Complete

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The final phase of construction on Hinkle Drive (University to W. Windsor) and Windsor Drive (Hinkle to N.Elm) for the Magnolia Drive Drainage Capital Improvement Project is now complete. 

The Magnolia Drainage Project was a lot more than just drainage. In March 2019, crews began utility relocations, and constructing a new storm drain along Windsor Drive and Hinkle Drive to intercept runoff along the route. In addition, crews removed and replaced the road surfaces on Hinkle Drive (University to Windsor) and Windsor Drive (Hinkle to Elm) and installed a new roundabout at the intersection of Hinkle Drive and Mimosa Drive. 

Learn more about the recently completed improvements here

Visit improvingdenton.com for more information on the Magnolia Drainage Project and additional City planned construction and improvements projects.

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