With dining tables emptying, some Nashua merchants say it is time for the downtown barriers to be removed
By Kimberly Houghton, Union Leader Correspondent
Some downtown merchants are calling for an end to expanded outdoor dining along Nashua’s Main Street, saying space taken up by now-empty tables would be better used for parking.
“There is no one occupying these spaces. It has served its time. It has done its purpose,” said Philip Bouchard, of Corriveau Insurance Agency at 115 Main St.
Since March, traffic flow on Main Street has been narrowed by one lane on each side to afford space for outdoor tables behind concrete barriers.
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