Road Trip
The project is expected to cost $17 million, with an estimated $9.8 million going toward street repair and $7 million to replace utilities.

The project is expected to cost $17 million, with an estimated $9.8 million going toward street repair and $7 million to replace utilities.

If neighborhood residents had to write a headline for an article covering the final stages of the Monroe Street reconstruction slated for 2018 — something they did have to do in a breakout session of the kickoff meeting Monday night — it would read something like this: “Revitalized, green Monroe Street attracts pedestrians, cyclists to area businesses.” | Read more ...

Rachael Lallensack