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Santa Ana Set to Award Contracts for South Main Street Corridor Project

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Santa Ana Set to Award Contracts for South Main Street Corridor Project

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Santa Ana’s vision of a safer and more dynamic South Main Street could move forward Jan. 19 as council prepares to vote on about $13 million worth of infrastructure improvements for the thoroughfare. The investment is being proposed as part of the city’s South Main Street Corridor project, which encompasses about four blocks of South Main Street between Stanford Street and St. Andrew Place. As part of the initiative, the city is planning to make streetscape and transit improvements, increase walkability, and more. Construction is set to begin in February. During city council’s Jan. 19 meeting, council was set to vote on awarding two contracts to construction companies for work on a two-and-a-half mile stretch of Main Street from First Street to Dyer Road. Improvements will upgrade the community’s infrastructure; construction work includes replacing and remodeling equipment, such as lighting, and landscaping. One proposed $12,759,695 contract would be awarded to C.S. Legacy Construction …

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