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Part of South High Street Closed in Dublin for 12 Weeks

The closure will last about 12 weeks from State Highway 161 to John Light Lane.

Some of South High Street’s southbound lanes will be closed in historic Dublin on Wednesday to improve the area.

The closure will last about 12 weeks from State Highway 161 to John Light Lane.

Northbound lanes, parking lots and businesses remain open, but closures affect many drivers.

10TV spoke with Dublin City spokesman Lindsay Weisenhauer about the decision to close that part of the road.

“We need to do an elevated pavement system to help the roots of the trees grow, so add some trees and some stone walls along the street, then pave the street between John Light Lane and 161. “She said.

Heather Hersch is the manager of Winan’s on South High Street.

Hersch told 10TV that she doesn’t think the closure will have much of an impact on her business, as long as she remembers that customers can park behind the store.

“At some point they knocked down the trees, so I’m really excited about the fact that they’re putting them back … it will regain the atmosphere of what the historic Dublin region is.” She said.

To avoid this area, drivers are advised to take State Highway 161 to Frantz Road, south to Rings Road and back to South High Street.

Part of South High Street Closed in Dublin for 12 Weeks

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