Chicoine said construction should take about six months, but bad winter weather may change things.
“It would have been nice to have started a little bit earlier,” he said. “But it’s not a large job. We should be done by late spring.”
Londrigan was pleased that the planning stage is almost complete and the town will soon start to see real, physical progress.
“We’re excited to be this far along,” he said. “Now we just have to finish off the final details and then we start.”