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VDOT temporarily relocates Saluda office to make way for new building

The Saluda Residency office of the Virginia Department of Transportation moves temporarily next week to space at 300 Virginia Street in Urbanna, according to a news release from spokesman Darragh Frye.

Now located at 1027 General Puller Highway in Saluda, the office there will be rebuilt in a project expected to last at least one year, the release said.

The Saluda Residency is part of VDOT’s Fredericksburg district. It encompasses Gloucester, Mathews, Middlesex, Essex, King William and King and Queen counties, and has nearly 100 employees responsible for maintaining more than 1,700 miles of state roads, the release said.

Office hours at the residency remain 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. all customer service functions, including permits, snow removal services, maintenance assistance, and right-of-way requests will all be available at the temporary location in Urbanna.

The current office was built in 1954. It will be demolished and the new building will be more than double its size with ...

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