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Neighborhood impact meeting set for Thursday

Lydig Construction crew members work to take out the center of the City of Sequim’s former city hall on Tuesday afternoon. Demolition began on April 14 and crews anticipate demolition of the former Serenity House Thrift Shop and apartments next. The project clears space for the city’s new Civic Center and Police Station. - Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash
Lydig Construction crew members work to take out the center of the City of Sequim’s former city hall on Tuesday afternoon. Demolition began on April 14 and crews anticipate demolition of the former Serenity House Thrift Shop and apartments next. The project clears space for the city’s new Civic Center and Police Station.
— image credit: Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

The City of Sequim and Lydig Construction will hold their second public meeting to discuss the impacts that the construction of the new Civic Center will have on the surrounding neighborhood. The meeting will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 17, in the Transit Center at 190 W. Cedar St.

Beginning with this April meeting, a neighborhood meeting will be held on the third Thursday of each month to discuss construction progress, what is planned for the month and the impacts of the construction. Construction of the Civic Center will affect access and traffic flow on some city streets and alleyways.

 

Weekly updates on the project can be seen at the city’s website, www.sequimwa.gov.

 

Contact City Engineer David Garlington at 683-4908 or dgarlington@sequimwa.gov, or Kevin McCarry of Lydig Construction at 425-885-3314 with questions.

 

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