Anaheim Museum Site Is Due for $85,000 Face Lift

As part of the city's efforts to redevelop the downtown area, the Anaheim Museum site will get a $85,000 renovation.

Work is to begin within a month on the project, which will involve sidewalk and parking lot improvements, tree plantings and other types of landscaping.

The contract was awarded by the Anaheim City Council to San Bernardino-based R.K. Allen Landscape Construction, the low bidder on the project.

Improvements at the museum site, 241 S. Anaheim Blvd. at Broadway, are scheduled to take 45 days. The work is part of the second development phase of Koll Anaheim Center, an office and retail complex adjacent to the Anaheim Civic Center.

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