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Single-lane traffic planned for part of 37th Street Tuesday

Vernon residents are being advised of a change in traffic patterns Tuesday.

Environmental work involving drilling boreholes and sampling existing groundwater wells is being conducted on 37th St between 25th and 27th avenues after 6 p.m.

There will be single-lane alternating traffic control around the work area.  The city asks motorists to obey all signs and be aware of flaggers in the area.

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