Apex Mayor Lance Olive was elected in November 2015. He stands in front of a drawing of the former passenger train station in downtown, which he said is home to some of his earliest memories.
Apex Mayor Lance Olive was elected in November 2015. He stands in front of a drawing of the former passenger train station in downtown, which he said is home to some of his earliest memories. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com
Apex Mayor Lance Olive was elected in November 2015. He stands in front of a drawing of the former passenger train station in downtown, which he said is home to some of his earliest memories. Will Doran wdoran@newsobserver.com

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