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Paving the future for new downtown Glenwood Springs look

Alex Orozco with Nunez Masonry lays some of the remaining concrete pavers in the gaps underneath the new Grand Avenue Bridge on Friday afternoon.
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Alex Orozco with Nunez Masonry lays some of the remaining concrete pavers in the gaps underneath the new Grand Avenue Bridge on Friday afternoon.


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