John Michel, with Sprenkle and Associates engineers, surveyed the construction site on Fourth Street, south of Broadway, to record measurements.
[Times Photo by Murray Bishoff]
Fourth Street in downtown Monett was closed on Aug. 7 between Front and Broadway to lay out the new drive-through window for Bruner Pharmacy.
The street will permanently become a one-way street for one block for the pharmacy expansion.
The street will reduce to one lane of traffic approaching and leaving the window. Monett Street Commissioner Jerry Dierker, who is overseeing the remodeling of Bruner's and the adjacent building, which most recently housed The Front Page clothing store, said turn-of-the-century glass block windows surfaced above the store's show window during reconstruction of the store's entrance.
Contractor Jerry Dierker and engineer Kevin Sprenkle identified the location where the drive-through window will emerge from the building.
[Times Photos by Murray Bishoff]
The Front Page building is expected to reopen as an expanded Hallmark store in about 12 weeks.