Residents complain of construction delays, lack of activity that kept portion of road closed for months
By Marty Finley
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 3:19 pm (Updated: February 20, 4:15 pm)
French Street reopened to traffic last week, months after the city closed a portion of the road for repairs. Several affected residents said it was not a moment too soon.
For those who live on French Street, construction delays and a work stoppage left them frustrated and inconvenienced, though most interviewed said the project was necessary to make the road safer.
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