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Planners to Improve View

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City planners are looking to improve the view for drivers from Lockwood to MetraPark and all the way to Airport Road.

The idea has been in the works since fall. Transportation planner, Lora Mattox, said the public is invited to a meeting to give feedback. Mattox said if the plan goes forward, it would benefit everyone. "We're not looking at impacting any private property whatsoever. It's just a study to see how to make that corridor more aesthetically pleasing and more beneficial to all users and not just automobiles," Mattox said.

The Corridor meeting is open to the public on Wednesday at MetraPark. It takes place in the Yellowstone Room from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. For more information you can contact Lora at 247-8622.

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