Redding businesses grow tired of continuing road construction

Business owners in Redding are growing tired of road construction along Route 107 and Main Street. The business owners say the work was supposed to be finished last month and that the construction is

News 12 Staff

Sep 5, 2012, 11:12 PM

Updated 4,333 days ago

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Business owners in Redding are growing tired of road construction along Route 107 and Main Street.
The business owners say the work was supposed to be finished last month and that the construction is affecting their abilities to draw in customers, hurting their bottom lines.
Despite the construction affecting their business, the owners do say they are excited to see the project completed and think the work itself will be worth it.


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