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Ralph Waggener suggests red brick sidewalks as alternative

By Ralph Roy Waggener
Publisher, It's Just for a Smile News

After reading about the sidewalks, and hearing that black top is easier to run on than concrete what about making our side walks out of black top. The can lay it to look like brick or I think this can be done.

The looks of red brick sidewalks would really look good and might even be less expensive, not sure about the cost comparison. This would be something good to look at. Just thinking of ways to improve the looks of our town not to leave out the safety issue. Maybe the sidewalks could be made a little wider? Thanks. - Ralph Roy Waggener

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