Some Redmond businesses are concerned about business impact next year when 6th Street is re-constructed. The State will be paying most of the cost, but it will create challenges for customers trying to get to businesses. “We are really going to take a look at anything we can possibly do from a construction perspective to limit that impact, and hopefully really promote activity in the business core area while this project is ongoing.” Redmond Public Works Director Chris Doty says most of the six-million dollar year long project will be paid by the State. It's the last phase of the Redmond re-route. Tuesday night, Redmond City Council accepted the project contract with ODOT.