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Holly Drive project starts Monday

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Monday Holly Drive will be closed from Moultrie Road to Tarasavage Lane.

The road needs to be closed for a widening project that's expected to take about four months. Holly Drive will remain open from U.S. 19 (Liberty Bypass) to Tarasavage Lane.

Local traffic will have access to their homes. 

Officials say that Holly drive has been impeded by high water three times in the last year.

They say the box culverts they plan to install should help with future flooding issues.

Drivers are advised to use caution, reduce speed, and follow detour signs.

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