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April 22, 2012

Service road residents upset with exit

GREENVILLE — For the second time in two months, Greenville City Manager Steven Alexander intends to act as mediator between officials with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and local residents upset about the State Highway 34/Wesley Street overpass project across Interstate 30.

In February, Alexander hosted a meeting concerning the dispute over a lack of a left turn at the intersection of Kari Lane and Wesley Street.

This time around, individuals who live along the interstate’s north service road want to talk about the placement of the  westbound Wesley Street exit ramp, as well as other issues.


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