Today's announcement was referred to as "Phase I" of construction restart after the governor's "Stay home, Stay safe" order deemed most construction as non-essential.
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"In another couple of weeks, we will see the restrictions from the Governor’s “Stay home, Stay safe” order begin to be lifted."
"The City is anticipating a 3-year construction period, with completion estimated in 2023."
Work to protect a project from spoilage and spoliation, framing in process and nearly complete residences may qualify to continue.
An announcement could be as early as this afternoon.
While the agenda was light, a lot of information came out of the meeting.
FERNDALE, Wash. — Several readers asked about the recent appearance of earthmoving equipment on the northwest corner of W Smith Road and Barrett Road. According…
It is hoped the construction work can be completed prior to the opening of the Thornton Street overpass.
Qualifying projects must be at least 3 stories tall, provide at least 15 residences and be new developments.