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Diggin’ up Tulip Street
What the heck’s happening under the house-sized plastic roof in front of Ophelia’s Place at 407 Tulip St.?
A few weeks back Ophelia’s Place had a water main break.
“The Onondaga County Water Authority was there promptly to repair it,” reported Ophelia’s Dan Clausen. “Unfortunately, they shot the new water line through concrete-encased Verizon lines.”
Now everyone’s patiently waiting for Verizon to repair its injured fiber-optic cables.
Meanwhile, Dan and his crew at the Café at 407 had a little fun with the unsightly construction site. “We told some inquisitive folks that we were starting an exclusive underground club, and this was going to be the new entrance,” Dan said. “Not sure any of them bought it.”