South Limestone between Euclid Avenue and Vine Street got a complete makeover in a yearlong project from 2009 through 2010 that buried utility lines, replaced sewers, widened sidewalks and added a bike path, curbside rain gardens and new lights and trees.
South Limestone between Euclid Avenue and Vine Street got a complete makeover in a yearlong project from 2009 through 2010 that buried utility lines, replaced sewers, widened sidewalks and added a bike path, curbside rain gardens and new lights and trees. Herald-Leader
South Limestone between Euclid Avenue and Vine Street got a complete makeover in a yearlong project from 2009 through 2010 that buried utility lines, replaced sewers, widened sidewalks and added a bike path, curbside rain gardens and new lights and trees. Herald-Leader

South Limestone's transition was tough, but business owners say it was worth it

September 01, 2012 07:11 PM

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