The rebuilding of the historic wall that supports Monument Street by the farm is finished! We appreciate the quick work of all parties involved with the reconstruction. Everyone involved has been considerate of our customers and accommodating to the needs of our farm. Specifically we would like to thank Concord’s Department of Public Works; Town Engineer Bill Renault; Jack Kareckas, resident engineer; TASCO Construction, principal Peter Amorello; John Burke and Chris Ojala, equipment operators; and especially Mark Sullivan, the company’s job supervisor. Cape Ann Stone – who also repaired the Nashawtuc Road bridge – did a wonderful job in replicating the appearance of the old wall. The town’s new wall is worth visiting, and it should secure Monument Street for at least another 100 years. Thank you everyone for a job well done!