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Summer road projects are focus of meeting

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From page A6 | April 18, 2013 |

Local business owners and community members are invited to learn more about road construction projects scheduled for the summer at a brown-bag meeting Wednesday, April 24.

Three simultaneous projects are slated for downtown and will impact access to and from the business district, a news release said. City representatives will attend to provide an overview of the projects and discuss the construction schedules, access issues and efforts to ease the impacts.

Scheduled are:

* Resurfacing and restriping of First Street between A and G streets;

* Repaving of B Street between Fifth and 14th Street; and

* The Fifth Street corridor project between A and L streets.

The meeting will run from noon to 1 p.m. April 24 in the conference room at River City Bank, 239 E St. Participants are welcome to bring a lunch or purchase one at any downtown eatery.

For more information, contact Davis Downtown director Stewart Savage at 530-392-8324 or stewart@DavisDowntown.com.

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