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Patchin' the Square
by Tribune Staff
Apr 23, 2012 | 1040 views | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Tribune/Dan McGee - Anthony Millsap (foreground) and his partner Tyler Allred from Q&D Construction clean the caulking from seams around the Sparks fountain on Monday. Once they are finished, new caulking will be applied, then the area resealed, and by the second week in May, the fountain will be ready for use.
Tribune/Dan McGee - Anthony Millsap (foreground) and his partner Tyler Allred from Q&D Construction clean the caulking from seams around the Sparks fountain on Monday. Once they are finished, new caulking will be applied, then the area resealed, and by the second week in May, the fountain will be ready for use.
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Tribune/Dan McGee - Crews are hard at work on the parking garage at 10th and C streets Monday cleaning up sand used to dry a coating that is being put down on each floor. Each level gets two coats that will help extend the life of the structure.
Tribune/Dan McGee - Crews are hard at work on the parking garage at 10th and C streets Monday cleaning up sand used to dry a coating that is being put down on each floor. Each level gets two coats that will help extend the life of the structure.
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SPARKS — Two of the most used features in Victorian Square are getting a makeover by work crews over the next month in time for summer.

The parking garage at C and 10th streets is having cracks filled and resurfacing to help protect it from the elements.

The fountain in front of the movie theater also is having some work done. The caulk in the seams is being replaced and resealed, with work expected to be done by mid-May.
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