Luverne Loop

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Construction will begin this summer on the third phase of Luverne’s Loop path, according to discussion at the Luverne Economic Development Authority meeting Monday morning. EDA director Holly Sammons said a bid letting date has been set for March 4 and work will likely begin in June on the portion...
With two-thirds of the Luverne Loop finished, city leaders are making plans for the third and final phase of the trail that will close the loop where it connects with the Blue Mound Trail on East Main Street. Funding is coming together with a recent grant approval of $150,000 from the Minnesota DNR...
Dirt movers prepare the base layer of the Luverne Loop hiking and biking trail near the Dodge Street intersection where it will continue on from the completed Phase 1 of the Loop near the school. Phase 2 of the trail takes users along the west edge of town, around The Lake and meets Highway 75 near...
Amid construction planning for major housing and industry developments in Luverne, progress is quietly continuing on the Luverne Loop trail. Phase 1 of the trail is complete. It starts at the Veterans Home pond and circles the northwest neighborhoods of town and ends up at Dodge Street west of the...
Thorstad Companies of Dell Rapids, South Dakota, submitted the low bid of $747,569 for Phase II of the Luverne Loop bike trail work that will begin later this summer. Thorstad was selected Friday during a bid letting in the Rock County Highway Department, which is overseeing the project. They were...
Workers complete the intersection at Highway 75 on the north edge of town.
Luverne Loop biking and hiking path received a fresh coat of asphalt last week on Phase 1 of the project.
The proposed six-mile recreation trail around the city of Luverne took another step forward when Luverne School Board members approved an easement agreement with the city at their regular monthly meeting Thursday, June 25. Cost of the perpetual and temporary construction easement was $1. School...
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