Blacktop Paving Maintenance workers Jim McCaine (left) and Billy Gilmore, both of Kansas City, North, moved to the shade as they took a break Monday from paving the parking lot at Merriam Town Center.  McCaine used a chunk of ice on his head to get relief. The crew is expected to continue at the site for the next couple of days.
Blacktop Paving Maintenance workers Jim McCaine (left) and Billy Gilmore, both of Kansas City, North, moved to the shade as they took a break Monday from paving the parking lot at Merriam Town Center. McCaine used a chunk of ice on his head to get relief. The crew is expected to continue at the site for the next couple of days. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM
Blacktop Paving Maintenance workers Jim McCaine (left) and Billy Gilmore, both of Kansas City, North, moved to the shade as they took a break Monday from paving the parking lot at Merriam Town Center. McCaine used a chunk of ice on his head to get relief. The crew is expected to continue at the site for the next couple of days. JILL TOYOSHIBA JTOYOSHIBA@KCSTAR.COM

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