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September 16, 2013

Lower Millyard project advances

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“We’re looking at the timing of that project and what excavation needs to be done,” Kezer said. “So if we can overlap the two projects — which means if we need to take dirt out because we’re cleaning, but we’re also taking dirt out because you’re reconstructing the road in its place — we tie the two together, and that’s part of how we’re going to close whatever gap there is.”

When added all together, Kezer said he expects the Lower Millyard will emerge fully transformed within two years.

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