Many businesses see minimal impact from summer construction

 


Some initial concern over the Petersburg Road Improvement Plan turned out to be less of an issue than originally anticipated.

The $4.1 million dollar project began in September of 2012. According to a project report written by Bryce Iverson, SECON Project Manager, “…2,800 cubic yards of concrete were placed, over 4,800 linear feet of curbs and gutter, 3,100 square yards of sidewalk, and nearly 10,000 square yards of concrete pavement.” The initial concrete pouring phase was put on hold because of early season freezing temperatures.

Barry Morrison, Trading Union Grocery Manager, said...



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