Oscar Owaldo cut pavers to size Tuesday as he worked on the final phase of the downtown sidewalk construction on East Main Street at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. A crew of seven workers from Decorative Paving Co. is placing nearly 5,000 pavers a day on the sidewalk.
Oscar Owaldo cut pavers to size Tuesday as he worked on the final phase of the downtown sidewalk construction on East Main Street at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. A crew of seven workers from Decorative Paving Co. is placing nearly 5,000 pavers a day on the sidewalk.
Oscar Owaldo cut pavers to size Tuesday as he worked on the final phase of the downtown sidewalk construction on East Main Street at Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. A crew of seven workers from Decorative Paving Co. is placing nearly 5,000 pavers a day on the sidewalk.

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September 21, 2011 12:00 AM

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