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After four months of enduring dust, mud and open trenches in their streets, Helper residents are at last getting a glimpse of what their infrastructure rebuilding is all about. New asphalt pavement, along with concrete sidewalks and curb and gutter are covering the surface. Beneath it all are new water and sewer lines. Nielson Construction is handling the final touches of the first season of the city-wide project. Helper Public Works Director Gary Harwood said the paving should take a few weeks. The work began on Birch Street and 300 West on Tuesday and had moved to the south end of Main Street by Wednesday. Harwood said Nielson will shift to the west side of the project area around Helper Junior High School as soon a prep work in that neighborhood is done. The $19 million project has two more construction seasons to go.

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