Safe Routes to School shows concrete progress

Workers for Vogts-Parga Construction were pouring curbing in the 600 block of East A St. last week, the first leg in the $250,000 Safe Routes to School project, which features a 6-foot sidewalk from Hillsboro Elementary School on the side of town to near Trinity Mennonite Church on the west side of town.  Don Ratzlaff / Free Press

Workers for Vogts-Parga Construction were pouring curbing in the 600 block of East A St. last week, the first leg in the $250,000 Safe Routes to School project, which features a 6-foot sidewalk from Hillsboro Elementary School on the side of town to near Trinity Mennonite Church on the west side of town.

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