Construction on parts of RR Square project set to restart

Dennis Mansfield

KALKASKA – While many businesses and governmental operations have been shut down temporarily due to COVID-19 pandemic, work on the redevelopment of the 300 Block of South Cedar Street in Kalkaska might be back in business.

At the Kalkaska Village Council meeting on Monday, April 13, village manager Scott Yost informed council members that work on portions of the $3.5-million redevelopment the section of Cedar Street, formerly the site of local chamber of commerce office and Erb Lumber now known as Railroad Square, should restart later this week.

The announcement comes about three weeks after village officials and the contractors involved with the redevelopment project stated they would be shutting down their work crews, due to an executive order issued by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer that mandated any non-essential operations be closed down. 

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