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Be sure to head on over to the Broadway Avenue business district in Brookfield on Sept. 20 as the business owners there celebrate the completion of the summer-long reconstruction project.

With roadways completely inaccessible for extended periods of time in front of the mom-and-pop businesses that line both sides of Broadway Avenue, this project was a real killer, since motorists actively avoided it if at all possible.

But, if you haven't been over there to have a look lately, the place looks great, the roads are no longer pothole-strewn hazards and businesses are waiting for you to come and say hello, again.

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