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    Gallery: Water Street one-way - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Traffic in the one-way section of Water Street heads north on Friday in downtown Augusta. A city-commissioned study recommends a change to a two-traffic traffic pattern downtown.

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    Vickery Cafe owner Colleen Carey said a proposal to change Augusta's Water Street traffic pattern to two-way traffic would help further the rebirth of the city's downtown.

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    Fussbudget's owner Brad Shaw says he's against the proposal to change Water Street to two-way traffic in downtown Augusta. "There's not enough parking now," he said.

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    Betsy Curtis, owner of Betsy's, a home decor, furniture and formal wear shop, said any loss of parking downtown under a proposal to make traffic two-way on Water Street in Augusta would be worth it with more activity and traffic.

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    Gallery: Water Street one-way - Staff photo by Joe Phelan | of | Share this photo

    Traffic in the one-way section of Water Street heads north on Friday in downtown Augusta. A city-commissioned study recommends a change to a two-traffic traffic pattern downtown.

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