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Bessemer DDA considers colored concrete

 

April 19, 2022

Charity Smith/Daily Globe

The Bessemer Downtown Development Authority discusses the option of having colored concrete laid down between the curb and the sidewalk from Mill Street to Peck Street along U.S. 2. From left are, Kady Meinke, Brandon Bromley, Mayor Adam Zak, Dave Osier, Dan Whitburn, Cheryl Leskoviansky and Harry Swanson.

By CHARITY SMITH

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BESSEMER - The city of Bessemer Downtown Development Authority is considering applying for a loan against its future revenue in order to be able to have a more aesthetic curb appeal following the U.S. 2 project. The city has the option of having colored concrete laid down to provide a visually-appealing separation of the highway curb and the sidewalk from Mill Street to Peck Street.

"It's all about what's going to make this town stand out as different or make people want to come back to the town," said Mayor Adam Zak.

He said he would like to se...



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