City to begin side walk replacement program

NORWICH – The City of Norwich Common Council has been discussing options for a sidewalk replacement program since mid-August. After nearly nine months, a list of properties in need of sidewalk replacement has been completed, and the program is finally nearing the construction phase.



In October, the sidewalk replacement program received an extra push, when Senator Thomas Libous (R-Binghamton) agreed to provide the city with $50,000 to help shoulder the cost of sidewalk replacement. The first phase of the sidewalk replacement will offer selected homeowners the chance to have their sidewalks replaced, with half of the cost covered by the city.


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