Apex Mayor Lance Olive addresses the assembled builders and town officials at a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, June 8, for the new Sweetwater development. The 165-acre subdivision will have 430 homes as well as a commercial district.
Apex Mayor Lance Olive addresses the assembled builders and town officials at a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, June 8, for the new Sweetwater development. The 165-acre subdivision will have 430 homes as well as a commercial district. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com
Apex Mayor Lance Olive addresses the assembled builders and town officials at a groundbreaking ceremony on Wednesday, June 8, for the new Sweetwater development. The 165-acre subdivision will have 430 homes as well as a commercial district. Henry Gargan hgargan@newsobserver.com

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