Delayed project at Confluence Park about to restart

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DENVER -- After more than one year of delays, work is about to start again on one of Denver's most iconic sites: Confluence Park.

That's where Cherry Creek meets the South Platte River in downtown Denver.

Work on a massive redevelopment project was halted and the area became an eyesore when toxic soils were discovered.

The cost of water treatment could double the $4.2 million budget.

But construction is expected to start again in the next four to six weeks with completion sometime during the fall.

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