The $3.5 million Linden Street Renovation Challenge to transform the Aged Town road into a pedestrian-pleasant street that will near for festivals and fairs has been postponed once again.
The project was initially scheduled to start off in April of 2020 but was postponed to January due to COVID-19 fears. Final week, the town reported in a information release it was pushing back again development, citing it required to avoid additional impacting impacted organizations by now struggling during the pandemic.
The metropolis will nonetheless start out development on planned improvements at the intersections of Linden and Jefferson streets and Linden and Walnut streets. That do the job will begin in February and is anticipated to be concluded by spring.
That do the job will trigger short term closures for cars at the Linden/Walnut intersection. However,