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Tuesday, April 03, 2012
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive rehabilitation project community meeting

The City of Cleveland's Division of Engineering & Construction invites you to participate in a discussion of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Rehabilitation project. The project will repair 2.63 miles of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, including rehabilitation of the existing roadway from North Marginal Road to E. 105th Street and from Jeptha Drive to Chester Avenue.

The work also includes the repaving of adjacent intersections, drainage improvements, new ADA ramps, and striping for new parking areas. The meeting will inform area stakeholders about the coming changes related to this construction project. The project area also includes an improved bike trail and pedestrian connections between Lake Erie and the Shaker Lakes.

For questions or comments in advance of the meeting, please contact Ron Mason of the Cleveland Division of Engineering & Construction at rmason@city.cleveland.oh.us.

The City of Cleveland's Division of Engineering & Construction invites you to participate in a discussion of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Rehabilitation project. The project will repair 2.63 miles of Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive, including rehabilitation of the existing roadway from North Marginal Road to E. 105th Street and from Jeptha Drive to Chester Avenue. The work also includes the repaving of adjacent intersections, drainage improvements, new ADA ramps, and striping for new parking areas. The meeting will inform area stakeholders about the coming changes related to this construction project. The project area also includes an improved bike trail and pedestrian connections between Lake Erie and the Shaker Lakes. For questions or comments in advance of the meeting, please contact Ron Mason of the Cleveland Division of Engineering & Construction at rmason@city.cleveland.oh.us.

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