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Square Store Fronts Restored In Time For Double Decker

Double Decker is a time to show off all of Oxford and what it has to offer, especially on the historic Square. Just in time for the two-day festival showcasing the district, the giant wooden walkway shielding pedestrians from construction is finally gone. 
The structure has been removed and the front of both JC Graphics and Oxford Grillhouse looks as good as new. The structure had been undergoing renovation for weeks after a truck rammed into the buildings as the result of a seizure while driving. The removal of the structure is a welcomed action as the establishments prepare for the large crowds associated with Double Decker. 
“With as many people that are going to be on the Square, it’s obviously more ideal for us and everyone around us for it to be more open and inviting,” said JCG manager, Mary-Kathryn Herrington. 
A crowd upwards of 60,000 people is expected in Oxford this weekend for the 22nd annual Double Decker Arts Festival, which will begin Friday afternoon and continue through Saturday night. 

Steven Gagliano is a writer for HottyToddy.com. He can be reached at steven.gagliano@hottytoddy.com
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