Filling the holes left from Great Recession

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Filling the holes left from Great Recession

City of Durango to spend big on infrastructure in '14
The city of Durango's pace of construction rose in 2013 and will bump up even more in 2014. From left, Ryan Ashike, Shane Boothe, Eric Andasola and Quinn Dennison of S&S Construction cover newly installed irrigation, fiber optic and electrical lines recently on 10th Street at Main Avenue.
With the Great Recession over, the city of Durango is pouring more than it has in several years into infrastructure projects in 2013, with more on the way in 2014.
It can be annoying, but residents are glad the city is in a position to catch up on infrastructure. “I’m just glad it’s not in front of our office anymore,” said Gina Piccoli, far left, after making her way around the construction recently on 10th Street and Main Avenue on Wednesday afternoon. Piccoli works for Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors. Workers are Shane Boothe, front left, Quinn Dennison, back left, Eric Andasola, front right, and Ryan Ashike, back right, of S&S Construction.

Filling the holes left from Great Recession

The city of Durango's pace of construction rose in 2013 and will bump up even more in 2014. From left, Ryan Ashike, Shane Boothe, Eric Andasola and Quinn Dennison of S&S Construction cover newly installed irrigation, fiber optic and electrical lines recently on 10th Street at Main Avenue.
With the Great Recession over, the city of Durango is pouring more than it has in several years into infrastructure projects in 2013, with more on the way in 2014.
It can be annoying, but residents are glad the city is in a position to catch up on infrastructure. “I’m just glad it’s not in front of our office anymore,” said Gina Piccoli, far left, after making her way around the construction recently on 10th Street and Main Avenue on Wednesday afternoon. Piccoli works for Coldwell Banker Heritage House Realtors. Workers are Shane Boothe, front left, Quinn Dennison, back left, Eric Andasola, front right, and Ryan Ashike, back right, of S&S Construction.
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