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Ribbon-cutting for Beatties Ford Rd. project

Ribbon-cutting ceremonies are scheduled Thursday afternoon for the Beatties Ford Road Business Corridor Project.

City officials plan to gather at 2 p.m. for the ceremony, set for the Beatties Ford Road branch of the public library, 2412 Beatties Ford Road. Among those planning to participate are city council member James Mitchell, Charlotte Area Transit System CEO Carolyn Flowers, and Historic West End Neighborhood president Aaron McKeithan.

The Beatties Ford Road project includes new and upgrades pedestrian crossings; wider sidewalks; decorative lighting; and planting strips with street trees. There also is a monument at the Montana-Gilbert street intersection, and public art at bus shelters.

The project is designed to strengthen the business community along the northwest Charlotte corridor.

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