A contractor has resumed the Alamo Street project, which is slated to be finished by month’s end.
That’s likely to be a relief to residents on Alamo, who have complained about the muddy street during the worst of winter. It took residents four-wheel drives at times to get to their houses.
The contractor, Sangre de Cristo Gravel, said it tried its best to keep the road as navigable as possible.
In mid-December, the city suspended the paving project on Alamo from McRae to South Pacific streets because of the onset of winter.