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Work progressing on Stone Street in Falls City
06/17/2019

(KLZA)-- Work is progressing on the renovation of the 1600 block of Stone Street in Falls City. 

Grant monies are being used to cut down the curbs, improve the sidewalks and add benches and green areas in the block.  Bump outs are being added at the intersection of 16th and Stone Streets, but they will be smaller than bump outs installed in the 1700 block of Stone Street. 

The weather has improved which is allowing quicker progress by AHRS Construction from Bern, Kansas on the project.  Hopes are to have the project completed prior to the annual Cobblestone Festival coming up in August. 

The total cost of the project will be in the neighborhood of $375-thousand. 

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