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Great Barrington hopes to shuffle around grant money for Railroad St. redo

13 Mar 2018 10:49 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

by Heather Bellow, Berkshire Eagle (MA)

Next spring, the entire Railroad Street area will likely get a good makeover. 

And town officials know exactly how to pay for it. They'll move some grant money around - from one side of Main Street to the other. 

Officials are proposing that about $1 million from a MassWorks grant intended for utility work around a brownfield on Bridge Street be shifted to repave and widen the sidewalks all the way up and around Railroad Street, as well as to repave the Railroad Street and Triplex parking lots.

The work would continue from the top of Railroad and down Elm Street, begin in early spring of 2019, and move quickly, said Town Planner Christopher Remold.

For the entire article, see

http://www.berkshireeagle.com/stories/great-barrington-hopes-to-shuffle-around-grant-money-for-railroad-st-redo,533934

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