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Oklahoma City’s Project 180 progresses

City officials recently announced Project 180 is 60 percent complete — albeit after several key streets, including Park Avenue and E.K. Gaylord Boulevard — were placed on hold due to budget shortfalls.

BY STEVE LACKMEYER Modified: April 29, 2012 at 1:04 am •  Published: April 29, 2012
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City officials recently announced Project 180, the downtown makeover of public spaces, is 60 percent complete — albeit after several key streets, including Park Avenue and E.K. Gaylord Boulevard — were placed on hold due to budget shortfalls.

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