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July 8, 2014 3:14 PM

Planning for the 4th started long before the park opened

The planning for Knightdale’s inaugural Fourth of July celebration at Knightdale Station Park - which included the town’s first 15-minute, more than 500-firework show- started before the town ever allowed residents to visit the recently constructed park.

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