The Rusty Bucket on Salem Street puts signs, games and decorations outside for passers-by. The Apex Town Council is considering a resolution to ask the N.C. Department of Transportation for control of Salem Street from Apex Peakway to N.C. 55. It would allow businesses to avoid some of the red tape currently required for such displays.
The Rusty Bucket on Salem Street puts signs, games and decorations outside for passers-by. The Apex Town Council is considering a resolution to ask the N.C. Department of Transportation for control of Salem Street from Apex Peakway to N.C. 55. It would allow businesses to avoid some of the red tape currently required for such displays. wdoran@newsobserver.com
The Rusty Bucket on Salem Street puts signs, games and decorations outside for passers-by. The Apex Town Council is considering a resolution to ask the N.C. Department of Transportation for control of Salem Street from Apex Peakway to N.C. 55. It would allow businesses to avoid some of the red tape currently required for such displays. wdoran@newsobserver.com

Apex might take over Salem Street control, funding from N.C. DOT

November 04, 2014 01:10 PM

UPDATED November 04, 2014 01:11 PM

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