Road work begins in Fort Loramie


Josh Fries, of Norwalk, brushes recently poured concrete Tuesday afternoon near the intersection of Oakwood Drive and Greenback Road in Fort Loramie. Newcomer Concrete Services from Norwalk began pouring new curbs in the area Tuesday, and Fries said it would take two days to complete the curb installation.


Kyle Shaner | Sidney Daily News

Josh Fries, of Norwalk, brushes recently poured concrete Tuesday afternoon near the intersection of Oakwood Drive and Greenback Road in Fort Loramie. Newcomer Concrete Services from Norwalk began pouring new curbs in the area Tuesday, and Fries said it would take two days to complete the curb installation.

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Josh Fries, of Norwalk, brushes recently poured concrete Tuesday afternoon near the intersection of Oakwood Drive and Greenback Road in Fort Loramie. Newcomer Concrete Services from Norwalk began pouring new curbs in the area Tuesday, and Fries said it would take two days to complete the curb installation.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/03/web1_IMGP0833.jpgJosh Fries, of Norwalk, brushes recently poured concrete Tuesday afternoon near the intersection of Oakwood Drive and Greenback Road in Fort Loramie. Newcomer Concrete Services from Norwalk began pouring new curbs in the area Tuesday, and Fries said it would take two days to complete the curb installation. Kyle Shaner | Sidney Daily News