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Roads to close Oct. 3 for Seminary Street overpass (map)

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Next time you’re making a Walmart run, make sure you don’t hit the road closures that will be in place starting next Thursday, Oct. 3.

As construction of the Kellogg/Seminary overpass is set to begin, sections of Kellogg, Seminary and North streets are set to close from next week until fall 2014, according to a Galesburg Police Department press release. The map above represents the streets that will be closed.

Alternatively, North Seminary Street can be accessed by taking Prairie and Losey streets.

The overpass will be the second of three major railway crossing projects undertaken by the City of Galesburg. The Don Moffitt Overpass, which makes Henderson Street more accessible, was dedicated last year.

The third phase of the project is an underpass at the East Main Street railroad crossing.

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Charlie Megenity (formerly Gorney) is a senior double majoring in political science and economics. He previously served TKS as managing editor and as co-news editor while working as the weekend reporter for The Galesburg Register-Mail. Over the summer of 2012, Charlie interned in Wisconsin with, an online hyperlocal news source, where he covered the August 2012 Oak Creek Sikh temple shooting; he will return to Patch during the summer of 2013. He is also the journalism editor for Catch magazine.. Charlie has received three awards from the Illinois College Press Association for newswriting and design, including a first place award for front page layout. He was the 2013 recipient of the Theodore Hazen Kimble Memorial Award in Journalism for a feature story published in The Knox Student. His work has also appeared in The Huffington Post.

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