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Stamford, CT | Added on March 24, 2014 At 02:24 PM

The demolition of De Yulio's Sausage Company is beginning today at 384 Elm St. As part of Stamford's Urban Transitway development, several buildings on Myrtle Ave. and East Main St. will be torn down.

The city's operations department says the demolition at Myrtle Ave. and Elm St. is expected to continue until Friday.  The department says drivers should expect delays.  Traffic on Myrtle Ave. today and Tuesday is reduced to one lane in each direction.    Stamford police are on site directing traffic.  

In its second phase, officials say the SUT project will widen Myrtle Ave. and East Main St., allowing easier access to the train station.  


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