City workers pull up sidewalk


Gallipolis City maintenance workers pull up parts of the sidewalk on Second Avenue on Monday to assist in placing water lines for a new sprinkler system connected to the State Farm Insurance Office. The day was visited briefly by brief gusts of snow as the first week of January finally feels more frosty in comparison with December’s 60-degree days.


Dean Wright | Daily Tribune

Gallipolis City maintenance workers pull up parts of the sidewalk on Second Avenue on Monday to assist in placing water lines for a new sprinkler system connected to the State Farm Insurance Office. The day was visited briefly by brief gusts of snow as the first week of January finally feels more frosty in comparison with December’s 60-degree days. (Dean Wright | Daily Tribune)

Gallipolis City maintenance workers pull up parts of the sidewalk on Second Avenue on Monday to assist in placing water lines for a new sprinkler system connected to the State Farm Insurance Office. The day was visited briefly by brief gusts of snow as the first week of January finally feels more frosty in comparison with December’s 60-degree days.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/web1_Construction2.jpgGallipolis City maintenance workers pull up parts of the sidewalk on Second Avenue on Monday to assist in placing water lines for a new sprinkler system connected to the State Farm Insurance Office. The day was visited briefly by brief gusts of snow as the first week of January finally feels more frosty in comparison with December’s 60-degree days. Dean Wright | Daily Tribune
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