Jamestown Lawmakers To Hear Redesign Plan For West Third Street

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JAMESTOWN – A plan to redesign the western end of Third Street in Jamestown will be outlined to local lawmakers next week.








WRFA Radio reports that Jamestown Mayor Eddie Sundquist’s Office, along with the City’s Planning and Public Works Department, will hold public meetings in the neighborhood on the draft design.

Furthermore, the draft will likely be presented to the City’s Council during next Monday’s work session meeting.









Local leaders are working to redesign the West Third Street Bridge area after the famous Cathedral Oak Trees were removed in recent years due to safety concerns.

Under the proposal, the city plans to replant new trees, replace sidewalks, upgrade lighting and rollout other utility improvements along the thoroughfare.















Funding for the project was outlined under the American Rescue Plan Act.

 

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