Gateway Gets Its Fu
The agreement means that the funds for the first phase of the Turner Gateway project are in place and a contractor is on board. The West Grand Neighborhood Organization's plan is to add rain gardens, plantings, fencing and a retaining wall along
"It's a good project," said 2nd Ward Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss.
The first phase consists of beautifying Turner from Third to Fifth streets. The highlight of this stage is the installation of a rain garden across the street from
The total project is expected to cost $115,500. The MDOT grant is for $84,500, while WGNO has raised the remaining $31,000. The construction portion is expected to cost $99,700.
Diversco Construction Co. will manage the project. J. F. New & Associates Inc. is designing the project.