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Trudie Guptill, New London city clerk, holds a map of the town that shows possible beautifii-cation projects that would connect people to water that surrounds the town. If it's implemented, the project would include installation of curb bump-outs that would change the perception of a wide open Main Street and create a walking path around the Mill Pond along side the river on the back side of Main Street stores. Tribune photo by Carolyn Lange

New London looks at beautification proposal

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NEW LONDON -- Long known as the "city on the pond," New London's business district, and the people who shop there, have limited contact with the Mill Pond and the meandering river that slides by on the backside of Main Street businesses.

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The city is "all about the water," yet it has no physical connection with the water, said landscape architect Adam Arvidson.

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Carolyn Lange
A reporter for more than 30 years, Carolyn Lange covers county government and regional news with the West Central Tribune.
(320) 894-9750
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