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Church Street Quiet This Week

Church Street in Huntsville is all quiet this Thanksgiving holiday season. Media reports indicate that Al DOT will also suspend any temporary road closures this week. The Church Street reconstruction that includes widening, a new bridge and redirection has been moving along slowly in recent weeks anyway. Little activity has been seen around the area in the photo as the concrete structures are apparently being left to cure for an extended period.

Church Street is fully open at this time.

©2019 – Jim Casey

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