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Turning the corner

A concrete worker finishes the curb at the northwest corner of Shoppers Row and St. Ann’s Road on Wednesday. During the downtown revitalization project, the city mucked up the corner’s design and made it awkwardly tight for larger vehicles to safely turn right. That problem, hopefully, has been corrected. The new curb provides a few more feet of space and appears to be a smoother turn. - Paul Rudan/The Mirror
A concrete worker finishes the curb at the northwest corner of Shoppers Row and St. Ann’s Road on Wednesday. During the downtown revitalization project, the city mucked up the corner’s design and made it awkwardly tight for larger vehicles to safely turn right. That problem, hopefully, has been corrected. The new curb provides a few more feet of space and appears to be a smoother turn.
— image credit: Paul Rudan/The Mirror

A concrete worker finishes the curb at the northwest corner of Shoppers Row and St. Ann’s Road on Wednesday.

During the downtown revitalization project, the city mucked up the corner’s design and made it awkwardly tight for larger vehicles to safely turn right. That problem, hopefully, has been corrected. The new curb provides a few more feet of space and appears to be a smoother turn.

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