The one-block portion of Adams Street between Jefferson and Franklin streets in uptown Port Townsend remains closed. The City Council directed the Public Works Department on Monday to obtain quotes for the minimal amount possible to repair the section that connects to Jefferson Street. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

The one-block portion of Adams Street between Jefferson and Franklin streets in uptown Port Townsend remains closed. The City Council directed the Public Works Department on Monday to obtain quotes for the minimal amount possible to repair the section that connects to Jefferson Street. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend City Council can’t agree on Adams Street

Projected costs, safety among concerns

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