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Guest9999, no need to get upset! I agree with you that the city should have put up better directional signage. I never said that anyone should have had to ASK for the signage. Obviously that was overlooked. Believe it or not, city employees are human beings and they do actually live, work and spend time (and money) at these very establishments. I believe the city is also working to include access to the handicapped ramps. I just have a hard time understanding the people who say they didn't understand the scope of the work. To be fair, no, I wasn't at the meetings and don't know what the city said or didn't say, but I would like to think at least they informed the people in the area that the street would be closed to vehicular traffic. That would tell me that the road would have to be blocked off somehow. That being said, I'm sure the city made mistakes such as no handicapped access or putting up any other signage other than the street is closed to vehicles but open to pedestrians. Let's just hope they can finish it ahead of schedule.
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