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Officials Explain How Bypass Work Will Affect You

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KALISPELL - Wednesday night you can get the latest on the progress of the Kalispell bypass.

It has taken more than two decades of work, but officials are finally talking about building out the alternate route north of Three Mile Drive.

This means construction, sound walls, and even bike paths right in some people's backyards.

At the Red Lion Hotel, the Montana Department of Transportation and city workers will get down to brass tacks and explain how different people will be affected, but keep in mind these plans are pretty much set in stone.

"It's a change we've talked about for the last ten years, but suddenly it's a reality," said Thomas Jentz, the Kalispell planning director.

The open house starts at 6:00 p.m., followed by a short presentation a little after 7:00 p.m.
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