The decision to repair the vehicle crossings on Charlottesville’s downtown mall was once again deferred at the Charlottesville City Council meeting Monday night.
The current proposal suggests using $120,000 to repair the 2nd and 4th street vehicle crossings.
Heavy delivery vehicles have been a major issue, causing damages to the bricks. The proposal would limit trucks over two axels from passing through.
Council wants to take another look at vehicle weight and axels before making a decision, but say no work will be done during the summer, as the downtown mall is too busy during this time of year.
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