Saginaw Businesses Face Uncertainty Due to Unexpected Road Closures

Saginaw Business Frustrated by Lengthy Intersection Closure

An unexpected road closure on Sheridan Avenue in Saginaw, Michigan has caused frustration for a local family-owned ice cream shop. Construction began on March 25 and is expected to last until Aug. 9, disrupting the peak season for the business.

Fred Temple, who works at Hand Dipped Ice Cream, was shocked to see the hard hats and orange barrels blocking the intersection. The reconstruction project on the street is causing concerns for local businesses that rely on traffic at the intersection.

Temple expressed his frustration with the closure, stating that the extended timeline for the project is excessive. He believes there could have been a better way to conduct the project without disrupting businesses in the area. Despite this, Temple is still encouraging customers to visit the ice cream shop and enjoy their products. They offer a variety of treats, including tacos, tostadas, and 30 flavors of ice cream.

In addition to Sheridan Avenue’s closure, Gratiot Avenue (M-46) is also closed between Malzahn Street and Wheeler Street in Saginaw until Friday afternoon due to utility work. The combination of road closures is causing inconvenience for commuters and businesses in

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