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What’s the Deal With: That closed Fairhaven sidewalk?

Pervious concrete makes for no ordinary pathway

This 8th Street sidewalk adjacent to a bioretention basin has a sign notifying the visitor of the sidewalk being closed.
This 8th Street sidewalk is adjacent to a bioretention basin in Fairhaven and is made of "pervious concrete," which allows stormwater to soak through its surface where soil filters out pollutants before pipes send the water to Padden Creek. (Ron Judd/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jaya Flanary Digital Editor/Designer
While walking along 8th Street in Fairhaven between Harris and McKenzie avenues, you may have notice
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