There's a stop-work order on the escarpment stabilization, and before work resumes, there is supposed to be a public meeting "to give the community the opportunity to learn more about proposed alternatives for the project"--alternatives to coating the rock face with shotcrete. But this morning, shortly after 8 a.m., a large piece of lift equipment was delivered to the site.
Curiously, Gossips witnessed the truck delivering the equipment approach from the south on Front Street. After the lift had been unloaded, the truck tarried at the Broad Street railroad crossing for no obvious reason for rather a long time--long enough for me to finish my walk by the river with Joey, go home to retrieve the camera, return to photograph the lift, and head back home.
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