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Cascade Avenue, the main street through Sisters needs a face-lift. Pauline Hardie, Director of the Sisters Community Development Department says they really want the publics' help in designing the downtown area, by helping decide on various features: “Two different types of street lights, pedestrian benches, the trash cans, the water fountains, different types of paver treatments, and a couple other items like bike racks as well." Hardie says the consultants will take the consensus of ideas and create final designs of Cascade Avenue to present to ODOT for approval. Hardie says the streetscape workshop is Thursday, august 4th at City Hall beginning at 6:00 p.m. Actual construction is scheduled to begin at the end of 2012.

 

 

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