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Streets Closed for Drainage Improvements

Wichita Falls, Texas - The City of Wichita Falls Public Works Department will be closing McNiel Avenue from Abbott Street to the south side of McNiel Avenue and Phillips Drive intersection for drainage improvements. 

This closure will begin August 19th, and will continue until the work is completed.  

Parents dropping their students off at Cunningham Elementary school will have access to the south parking lot from the west along Pool Street.

Buses and residents only will be permitted to travel south of the closure at Phillips and McNiel.

City officials said the project is expected to be completed my October 2015.  The rain in May and June put the project two months behind.

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