Canton Street alley plan takes step forward
by James Swift
09:56 AM, Wednesday, April 01
After months of tweaks and redesigns, a portion of the East-West Alley master plan is finally headed to a city council vote. The project, which seeks pedestrian-friendly renovations to both alleys along Canton Street, was unveiled last summer. A $...

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