Colacurcio Brothers Construction worker Will Lane, left, runs down a string line where a sewer line will go through Lincoln Park in Blaine, Wednesday morning, April 26, 2017. When the sewer line is finished, a new trail will be put over it. Lincoln Park trail enhancements are on Blaine’s transportation benefit district list.
Colacurcio Brothers Construction worker Will Lane, left, runs down a string line where a sewer line will go through Lincoln Park in Blaine, Wednesday morning, April 26, 2017. When the sewer line is finished, a new trail will be put over it. Lincoln Park trail enhancements are on Blaine’s transportation benefit district list. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com
Colacurcio Brothers Construction worker Will Lane, left, runs down a string line where a sewer line will go through Lincoln Park in Blaine, Wednesday morning, April 26, 2017. When the sewer line is finished, a new trail will be put over it. Lincoln Park trail enhancements are on Blaine’s transportation benefit district list. Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com

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