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Police Department stresses that the intersection of 13th and Richey is still under construction

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In a statement issued to the Daily Press on Monday, Cmdr. Lindell Smith of the Artesia Police Department said, “The area of 13th and Richey is still under construction. This being said there is equipment there and other items and operations that could prove to be a danger to people in the area. Citizens are asked to be mindful of not only their safety but the safety of workers in the area, and please not use it as a thoroughfare. It will be open soon enough and we will all be glad when it is open, but for now it is going to help the contractors and the city out as a whole if citizens avoid the area if they can.” Brittany Peck with the City of Artesia’s infrastructure department told the Daily Press today that they are “aiming to open the intersection by Friday of this week,” she went on to say that this would be 40 days ahead of schedule.  Teresa Lemon – Daily Press
In a statement issued to the Daily Press on Monday, Cmdr. Lindell Smith of the Artesia Police Department said, “The area of 13th and Richey is still under construction. This being said there is equipment there and other items and operations that could prove to be a danger to people in the area. Citizens are asked to be mindful of not only their safety but the safety of workers in the area, and please not use it as a thoroughfare. It will be open soon enough and we will all be glad when it is open, but for now it is going to help the contractors and the city out as a whole if citizens avoid the area if they can.”
Brittany Peck with the City of Artesia’s infrastructure department told the Daily Press today that they are “aiming to open the intersection by Friday of this week,” she went on to say that this would be 40 days ahead of schedule. Teresa Lemon – Daily Press

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