Cedar Creek Development Company is seeking city approval to extend Cedar Creek Parkway .86 miles south from its current end-point near Cedar Niles Boulevard to College Boulevard, enhancing the quality of life in Cedar Creek and improving safety in the area.
Cedar Creek Development Company is seeking city approval to extend Cedar Creek Parkway .86 miles south from its current end-point near Cedar Niles Boulevard to College Boulevard, enhancing the quality of life in Cedar Creek and improving safety in the area. Submitted photo
Cedar Creek Development Company is seeking city approval to extend Cedar Creek Parkway .86 miles south from its current end-point near Cedar Niles Boulevard to College Boulevard, enhancing the quality of life in Cedar Creek and improving safety in the area. Submitted photo

Cedar Creek Parkway extension to improve safety, enhance quality of life

May 07, 2017 12:05 AM

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