|By Kimberly Cauvel, Skagit Valley Herald, Mount Vernon, Wash.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The street won't reopen when they're finished in September either, Mount Vernon Assistant Public Works Director
"We anticipate this to be a draw for people to come downtown, but it's also a non-motorized trail," Boudreau said.
Along the downtown corridor of the city's floodwall project, a 24-foot wide pathway will provide pedestrian, running and bicycle access to the heart of the city and the scenic
As construction crews lay the foundation, that vision is becoming a reality.
Crews are starting to place decorative brick on this stretch of the city's larger floodwall project this week.
The first phase of the project, from the
The second phase includes current construction of the plaza and walkway from Division Street to
The county needs to secure another
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