City of Sequim staff say a final design estimate from consultants could put the Fir Street Rehabilitation Project as much as $1.7 million over budget after not accounting for irrigation piping, quantity and costs for certain supplies, and new landscaping designs. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

City of Sequim staff say a final design estimate from consultants could put the Fir Street Rehabilitation Project as much as $1.7 million over budget after not accounting for irrigation piping, quantity and costs for certain supplies, and new landscaping designs. Sequim Gazette photo by Matthew Nash

City of Sequim: Fir Street construction an estimated $1.7 million over budget

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