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COLUMBUS, Ind. — The intersection of Fourth and Washington streets, torn up for the past five weeks, will reopen no later than Thursday, Gary Davis, Rieth-Riley Construction foreman, said Monday morning.
His report came during the weekly the Fourth Street renovation project's weekly progress meeting in the Chaos Lobby of The Commons.
"Hopefully, late Wednesday, at the latest Thursday, we're going to be opening Washington Street back up," Davis said. "It will be ready to roll on."
One of Columbus' main intersections will be covered in brick with new crosswalks once the critical portion of the $1.7 million beautification project is complete.
See more details in Tuesday's Republic.
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