Shop owner pleased Main Street project is over

NORWALK - Some Norwalk business owners say they are relieved the construction down Main Street is finally complete.

Mel's Discount Liquor owner Peter Jordanopoulos filed a lawsuit against Connecticut Light and Power after the construction project on Main Street caused him to lose about 40 percent of his business. Jordanopoulos says the three-year utility project turned customers away because the roads and sidewalks were completely ripped up.

Now, Jordanopoulos is trying to alert his former customers that the store is back open and Main Street is clear of construction.

The liquor store owner says other shops on the block were forced to close during the project.

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