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Community Meeting Set for University Pedestrian Improvement Project

The City of El Paso is hosting a community meeting to inform the public about construction starting in early August on the University Pedestrian Improvement project within the Cincinnati Entertainment District.

Officials with the city say, “The project will improve street and pedestrian safety, and highlight the entrance to one of the City’s most iconic corridors.”

Cincinnati and Glory Road/Baltimore streets located between Oregon and Stanton will receive the following improvements:

  • Street rehabilitation
  • Increased parking
  • Sidewalk reconstruction and widening
  • Traffic calming
  • Street lighting and landscaping

WHO:             The City of El Paso Capital Improvement Department

WHAT:          Community meeting

WHEN:          August 3rd, 2017 at 6 p.m.

WHERE:       Mesita Elementary School (auditorium), 3307 N. Stanton St

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