Outdoor dining rules floated for downtown

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Posted: February 8, 2013

The Winchester Star

Employees of Patton's Masonry in Edinburg work Wednesday on the foundation of the new self-sanitizing public restroom facilities, which are part of the Infrastructure Improvement Project on the Loudoun Street Mall. Construction on the $7.1 million project began Jan. 2 and is scheduled for substantial completion by April 30. The city will maintain the restroom at no additional cost to downtown merchants. There will be a charge to use the facilities, but the cost has yet to be determined. A decision will be made before the end of the project. See a chart showing the progress on the Loudoun Street Mall, Page B3 (Photo by Jeff Taylor/The Winchester Star)
Workers from HRI Inc. install a water line in the south block of the Loudoun Street Mall Thursday afternoon. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

WINCHESTER — Proposed guidelines for outdoor dining areas downtown have been forwarded to the Winchester Planning Commission from the Old Town Development Board (OTDB).

City Planner Will Moore told...



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