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Rolling slowdowns on I-69 expected

Rolling slowdowns of traffic on Interstate 69 in Steuben County will take place during nighttime hours this week and next, Indiana Department of Transportation officials said.

The slowdowns, on both north- and south-bound I-69, began Wednesday near mile 345 and are to accommodate the removal of the deck from the County Road 325 bridge. There will be traffic slowdowns tonight, Monday and Tuesday nights. The bridge deck removal is expected to be complete by 6 a.m. July 24.

The Steuben County Sheriff’s Department or Indiana State Police will assist with the rolling slowdowns, which may last up to 20 minutes each.

Garrett takes part in National Night Out

The city of Garrett is inviting residents to join with thousands of communities nationwide for the 30th annual National Night Out on Aug. 6.

The crime and drug prevention event is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch and co-sponsored locally by Garrett.

An estimated 37.5 million people nationwide are expected to participate in “America’s Night Out Against Crime,” according to a statement by the Garrett Police Department.

From 7 to 10 p.m., residents are asked to lock doors, turn on outside lights and spend the time outside with neighbors and police.

– Journal Gazette