Construction workers install an underground natural gas line recently on North Edison Street as part of a reconstruction project between West Canal Drive and West Clearwater Avenue. The $3 million street widening project by the city of Kennewick also includes a center turn lane, new bike lanes, curbs, gutters and upgraded sidewalks. The project is on schedule to wrap up by the end of August, according to city officials.
Construction workers install an underground natural gas line recently on North Edison Street as part of a reconstruction project between West Canal Drive and West Clearwater Avenue. The $3 million street widening project by the city of Kennewick also includes a center turn lane, new bike lanes, curbs, gutters and upgraded sidewalks. The project is on schedule to wrap up by the end of August, according to city officials. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Construction workers install an underground natural gas line recently on North Edison Street as part of a reconstruction project between West Canal Drive and West Clearwater Avenue. The $3 million street widening project by the city of Kennewick also includes a center turn lane, new bike lanes, curbs, gutters and upgraded sidewalks. The project is on schedule to wrap up by the end of August, according to city officials. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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