“Weather permitting, we'll have concrete going down tomorrow [Feb. 9] for the hardscape project,” Leblanc said. “Then, hopefully, later this week, our plan is to re-mobilize our landscape contractor to start working on final grading, and—finally—irrigation work, and getting some sod down in the next couple of weeks. So it should be looking a lot more like a finished product over the next couple of weeks.”
However, the weather forecast could create further delays for the city’s contractor to complete the grading work, Leblanc said.
“We'll just have to see how bad it is.” Leblanc said. “I think we can get our concrete put in tomorrow [Feb. 9] based on what I'm seeing, and then we'll have to see. Hopefully Mother Nature holds off for a little bit.”
After the concrete is poured, next steps include laying sod down in the next few weeks and installing the pergola, which is currently still in fabrication and does not yet have a delivery date, according to Leblanc.
In previous meetings, the council had discussed creating an email address dedicated to resident feedback on the project. That email, presented yesterday, is [email protected] It will be devoted specifically to concerns, complaints and other feedback regarding the Downtown Plaza project.
“We're very anxious to get the project done,” Leblanc said.