Work continues at the intersection of Quincy and Washington streets in downtown Port Townsend to create new pedestrian crossings that are Americans with Disabilities Act accessible. The work is part of the Jefferson Street Sidewalk Extension project and is expected to be completed in January. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Work continues at the intersection of Quincy and Washington streets in downtown Port Townsend to create new pedestrian crossings that are Americans with Disabilities Act accessible. The work is part of the Jefferson Street Sidewalk Extension project and is expected to be completed in January. (Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend intersection project moving along despite weather

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