Terrace Paving began work outside of Safeway at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning to fill in some patches in the parking lot in front of the store’s two entrances. Paving crews continued work Thursday morning and are expected to finish by the end of the day. (Brittany Gervais photo)

Paving outside Terrace Safeway to wrap up today

Work outside the store on Lakelse Avenue was done to fill in patches in the parking lot

Local contractor Terrace Paving began work outside of the Safeway on Lakelse Avenue at 5 a.m. Wednesday morning to fill in some patches in the store’s parking lot. While much of the work is being done close to the two entrances, customers can still access them both while paving is being done. Work is expected to finish by the end of the day on Thursday.

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