Sequim’s Rocky Roads

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The city’s busiest intersection remains its bumpiest. For a few weeks now, C&J Excavating has been replacing asbestos concrete 6-inch water lines with 10-inch plastic pipes along Sequim Avenue on both sides of Washington Street. Drivers must maneuver over steel plates and gravel. The intersection of Washington Street and Sequim Avenue will remain closed through the completion of the project from 7 p.m.-5 a.m. Monday-Friday. See story and news about other city projects in “City Roundup,” page A-5. Sequim Gazette photo by Mark Couhig
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