By Kimberly Houghton, Union Leader Correspondent
With outdoor dining tentatively set to return to downtown Nashua on March 15, efforts are being made to improve the experience and aesthetics of the program aimed to boost restaurant sales.
Although the city rented concrete barriers last year that separated traffic from diners, the city has since bought those barriers. Last week, an aldermanic committee recommended the installation of the barriers on or around March 15 to allow for St. Patrick’s Day festivities to take place outside.
This year, plans have already been made to once again narrow Main Street by reducing it from four lanes to two lanes to allow space for outdoor dining.
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