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Monday, October 7, 2013
It looks as though the construction crew intends to leave piece of old curb on the opposite side of the street, where, even the sidewalk appears to be gone due to the development of Wadih Fares condo across the street. I can imagine how on construction projects some things like this can get overlooked because someone who pours concrete is making the decision versus someone who can see the big picture of how an entire new paved, curbed and sidewalked block would look. It just seems to me pretty straightforward to have a new curb on both sides.
Anyways, a small point which perhaps is planned anyways. Just curious. —Morris Street Resident
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