December 4, 2015
by Katie Neal ('03) | email@example.com | 336.758.6141
The paved walkway leading from the University to Reynolda Village will be closed during part of December due to construction projects along the path.
The often-used walkway begins on campus just off Faculty Drive, next to Parking Lot S, and winds through a wooded area before reaching Reynolda Village.
Erosion repair projects will be taking place between approximately Dec. 14 to Dec. 23 at two locations. The largest will occur at the bridge at Lake Katharine, where the dam is also located. Another project will be at the small bridge that crosses a creek closer to campus.
The exact dates of the project’s duration may be revised due to weather.
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