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Design flaw prompts street closure near El Cerrito City Hall

The Contra Costa Times recently reported that a stretch of Manila Avenue in front of the new El Cerrito City Hall building remains closed because of an overlooked design flaw. Two decorative columns, measuring about 12 feet high and 5 feet wide, block the view of traffic signals for motorists headed west on Manila and onto San Pablo Avenue. Rectifying the problem will cost the city between $10,000 and $15,000, according to El Cerrito public works director Terry Bradshaw.

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