Residents, business owners and town leaders gathered in the middle of Cameron’s Main Street on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 21, for a ribbon cutting marking the completion of a nearly $3.4 million project to renovate the street and water and sewer infrastructure. The project had been completed in late 2018, but the annual Cameron Street Sales and Fall Family Fun Fest was the perfect time to officially mark its completion. Village President, Mark Trowbridge, pictured at center, cut the ribbon. Also present was village board member Steve Johnson. Holding the ribbon at left, was Amelia Scheff, and holding the ribbon at right, was Adriana Fuentes.

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