Harry Epps, a brick layer with JOCO Construction, lays bricks on the sidewalk along Bay Street on Monday afternoon in Beaufort as part of the city of Beaufort's project to replace all of the "candy cane" shaped street poles with straight ones.
Harry Epps, a brick layer with JOCO Construction, lays bricks on the sidewalk along Bay Street on Monday afternoon in Beaufort as part of the city of Beaufort's project to replace all of the "candy cane" shaped street poles with straight ones. Delayna Earley
Harry Epps, a brick layer with JOCO Construction, lays bricks on the sidewalk along Bay Street on Monday afternoon in Beaufort as part of the city of Beaufort's project to replace all of the "candy cane" shaped street poles with straight ones. Delayna Earley

Downtown Beaufort's candy cane streetlights being removed, plus other construction updates

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