The city of Olympia’s sidewalk project on 22nd Avenue Southeast is being funded by the federal “safe route to school” program, and is being done for $675,000 by the Aberdeen-based Quigg Bros Inc.
The city of Olympia’s sidewalk project on 22nd Avenue Southeast is being funded by the federal “safe route to school” program, and is being done for $675,000 by the Aberdeen-based Quigg Bros Inc. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
The city of Olympia’s sidewalk project on 22nd Avenue Southeast is being funded by the federal “safe route to school” program, and is being done for $675,000 by the Aberdeen-based Quigg Bros Inc. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

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