Historic bricks to be returned to stable walking surface
By Cindy Simpson
Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 12:02 am (Updated: July 14, 12:31 am)
It’s taken years to get the Cornstalk Heights trailway grant project underway.
“The project has finally started,” declared Bob Tidwell, a grant coordinator for the city of Harriman.
“They started removing brick sidewalks today on Walden Street on the block just past Trenton.”
Workers began taking up the historic old brick walkways on Walden Street last week in preparation to level and return the historic bricks on a more stable walking surface.
Handicap-accessible corners will be at street intersections.
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