Construction of new apartments at Cameron Village is one reason City Councilman Russ Stephenson requested a $200,000 "vicinity plan" to chart future transportation and infrastructure needs in the area. Some oppose funding for the study.
Construction of new apartments at Cameron Village is one reason City Councilman Russ Stephenson requested a $200,000 "vicinity plan" to chart future transportation and infrastructure needs in the area. Some oppose funding for the study. cseward@newsobserver.com
Construction of new apartments at Cameron Village is one reason City Councilman Russ Stephenson requested a $200,000 "vicinity plan" to chart future transportation and infrastructure needs in the area. Some oppose funding for the study. cseward@newsobserver.com

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