Revere Street bridge

Retailers on Revere Street have suffered major losses in revenues as a result of the lengthy reconstruction of the Revere Street bridge. Retailers on the street to a person have all bemoaned their fate.

Said the owner of Fiore’s Market: “No one seems to care about us. My business has been hurt. The beach people have stopped coming during the week as often as they used to. Now we’re being told the bridge won’t done until Christmas.”

4 comments for “Revere Street bridge

  1. Gee
    August 25, 2007 at 7:06 am

    Hey how do I get something put into the revere journal I witness something that I am not happy about!!!

  2. Gee
    August 25, 2007 at 3:06 am

    Hey how do I get something put into the revere journal I witness something that I am not happy about!!!

  3. Billy Bell Former -Consumer Af
    September 12, 2007 at 12:52 pm

    Revere just can not tolerate all the traffic problems here. Now we find oyt that the Lynn Marsh traffic will be diverted to North Shore rd in the future for more construction. When does this insanity end? Why aren’t REVERE’s elected officals pushing for Revere POLICE officers to be stationed at various grid locked intersections, rotaries, etc? Action has to be for REVERE commuters.

  4. Billy Bell Former -Consumer Affairs Director
    September 12, 2007 at 8:52 am

    Revere just can not tolerate all the traffic problems here. Now we find oyt that the Lynn Marsh traffic will be diverted to North Shore rd in the future for more construction. When does this insanity end? Why aren’t REVERE’s elected officals pushing for Revere POLICE officers to be stationed at various grid locked intersections, rotaries, etc? Action has to be for REVERE commuters.

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