A line-painting crew at work on Third Street last week.

Line painting crews give Revelstoke a new coat

Some keen-eyed sidewalk superintendents have noticed some slightly crooked lines on Victoria Road.

Most everyone in Revelstoke noticed the line painting crews around Revelstoke last week, or at least the fruits of their labour.

However, some keen-eyed sidewalk superintendents have noticed some slightly crooked lines on Victoria Road. In a couple of spots, the white intermittent lines seem to deviate from their old path a little. Look near Jacobson Ford, for example. It’s not that bad though – if someone didn’t point it out, you might not notice it.

Public Works Department operations manager Darren Komonoski acknowledged the department had noticed the issue, saying they were presently dealing with the painting contractor to find out why that section turned out the way it did.

 

 

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