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Should Batavia give businesses help for construction work hassle?

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Construction of the streetscape on North River Street in downtown Batavia significantly disrupted business this summer for places such as Katrina Salon and Spa and El Taco Grande restaurant. The city is considering reimbursing some businesses for their water, sewer and electricity bills.

Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

A sign on Wilson Street notes the construction of the streetscape on North River Street in downtown Batavia.

Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

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Construction of the streetscape on North River Street in downtown Batavia hurt business this summer for places such as Katrina Salon and Spa and El Taco Grande restaurant. The city is considering reimbursing some businesses for their water, sewer and electricity bills.

Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

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Trying to do business this summer on North River Street in Batavia during a streetscape improvement project has been rough. However, whether the city should offer financial aid to affected businesses was questioned Tuesday night by some members of the city council's community development committee.
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    • Construction of the streetscape on North River Street in downtown Batavia significantly disrupted business this summer for places such as Katrina Salon and Spa and El Taco Grande restaurant. The city is considering reimbursing some businesses for their water, sewer and electricity bills.
    •  A sign on Wilson Street notes the construction of the streetscape on North River Street in downtown Batavia.
    •  Construction of the streetscape on North River Street in downtown Batavia hurt business this summer for places such as Katrina Salon and Spa and El Taco Grande restaurant. The city is considering reimbursing some businesses for their water, sewer and electricity bills.
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