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Wrapping up the Week & Looking Ahead

The day may have arrived wet and a little dreary, but downtown saw a lot of activity on Thursday.  Here’s what took place and what we can expect next week.

Quick catch-up from Tuesday’s post:  Kubricky completed installing chain-link...

The Week in Progress

So far this week things are playing out pretty much as I outlined in my weekly look ahead on Friday.

Yesterday, to manage soil erosion, subcontractor Donnelly Construction installed silt fences in Triangle Park and in the Riverfront Park section of t...

Busy Week Ahead

The talk in town this week was, no surprise, the weather.  Seeing these Road Work Ahead signs at all the approaches to town the past week also reminds us that the 2018 phase of rebuilding the rail line and our two bridges downtown is moving into gear.

Nex...

Storyboards Now Online, Building Inspections Wrap Up, Looking Ahead

After I announced earlier this week that we had installed two project storyboards in front of the Post Office, a reader reminded me that not everyone can get downtown.  So you can now view both storyboa...

Parking Alert:  GMP To Set New Utility Pole on Merchants Row Thursday, April 12

A quick heads up that on Thursday, April 12, Green Mountain Power plans to set a new utility pole in place on Merchants Row.  The new pole will be located outside Bourdon Insurance several f...

Project Storyboards Debut in Front of Post Office

Have you noticed the two storyboards now standing just outside the Post Office on Main Street?

On Monday morning Highway Division Chief Matt Cram and our Highway Division crew took time off from their usual work maintaini...

What April Holds in Store and the Newest Store in Town

The first phase of our 2018 construction season got underway in March with the clearing of trees along the west side of the rail corridor between Cross Street Bridge and the Marble Works.

We’ll see more activity down...

Printer’s Alley Will Remain Open to Pedestrians

I want to reassure everyone that Printer’s Alley will remain open to pedestrians throughout the entire Bridge & Rail Project.

As reported on the front page of last Thursday’s Addison Independent, the VTrans project team pre...

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