Department of central services began construction on Harrison road Monday. The reason is because when Harrison road was resurfaced, three manholes weren't lined up perfectly causing a bump when people drove over them.
Director of Central Services Marty Stegeman said they're correcting the mistake to protect the drivers.
"In this situation, they were lined up so that most cars were hitting them. It's not good on the vehicles, the alignment on the front of the vehicles. We don't want people losing control of a vehicle because of a bump either," said Stegeman.
The construction is supposed to last until Wednesday night or Thursday morning.
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