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 Streets across the northern part of East Biloxi are down to dirt as contractors work to repair or replace water, sewer and strom drain pipes as part of a Hurricane Katrina infrastructure project. The project is scheduled to wrap up in 2018, but city officials want to find ways to make roads more passable until the work is done.
MARY PEREZ/SUN HERALD Streets across the northern part of East Biloxi are down to dirt as contractors work to repair or replace water, sewer and strom drain pipes as part of a Hurricane Katrina infrastructure project. The project is scheduled to wrap up in 2018, but city officials want to find ways to make roads more passable until the work is done.
MARY PEREZ/SUN HERALD Streets across the northern part of East Biloxi are down to dirt as contractors work to repair or replace water, sewer and strom drain pipes as part of a Hurricane Katrina infrastructure project. The project is scheduled to wrap up in 2018, but city officials want to find ways to make roads more passable until the work is done.

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