Barricades signal the closure of Adams Street in uptown Port Townsend. The street was initially closed to provide a staging area for a contractor to construct sidewalks on Jefferson Street, and now the Port Townsend City Council is weighing its options, which include reopening the street for traffic or keeping it permanently closed. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Barricades signal the closure of Adams Street in uptown Port Townsend. The street was initially closed to provide a staging area for a contractor to construct sidewalks on Jefferson Street, and now the Port Townsend City Council is weighing its options, which include reopening the street for traffic or keeping it permanently closed. (Brian McLean/Peninsula Daily News)

Port Townsend weighs options for Adams Street

Uptown section has been closed since March

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