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Norwalk's Cedar Street reopens after 11-year improvement project

Business owners and officials in Norwalk celebrated the long-awaited opening of a city street Saturday. The ribbon-cutting ceremony reopened Cedar Street, the area that has undergone an 11-year redesign

News 12 Staff

Sep 28, 2014, 1:23 AM

Updated 3,552 days ago

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Business owners and officials in Norwalk celebrated the long-awaited opening of a city street Saturday.
The ribbon-cutting ceremony reopened Cedar Street, the area that has undergone an 11-year redesign and renovation.
The celebration included live music, food and activities for kids. 
Mayor Harry Rilling says the new, environmentally friendly village district should be a model for neighborhoods all across the country.


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