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Barra on Queen | 7 fl | U/C
Noticed a demolition-like fence around the Benton houses portion of this development.
Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
There was an environmental team and traffic team on Benton the last couple of months. One was right at the corner of Benton/Martin, counting. The other was on the middle "sold" property, taking samples of some sort. We walk by daily, and I forgot to mention it. Things seem to be coming along. Was there any discussion on what is to become of the pathway up Mitchell, between Mitchell/Benton? Not sure what would be happening there, as it is right beside one of the sold properties?
The pathway would be on city property and presumably not be altered.
My Twitter: @KevinLMaps
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Everyone move to the back of the bus and we all get home faster.
The demolition is done now, the lot is mostly graded and they have a building permit for the foundation, although not yet for the rest of the construction.

Crane is going up today.

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