Heritage Hills East closed ‘racetrack’ with traffic plan

To get a feel for what joining forces can accomplish, simply stroll the grassy median cutting the center of Robinson Avenue south from NW 22. Traffic provides a distant hum in the background, and on a recent cool afternoon, flecks of snow cling stubbornly to the yards of nearby homes.

BY DYRINDA TYSON Published: January 5, 2013
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To get a feel for what joining forces can accomplish, simply stroll the grassy median cutting the center of Robinson Avenue south from NW 22.

Traffic provides a distant hum in the background, and on a recent cool afternoon, flecks of snow cling stubbornly to the yards of nearby homes. Winter-stripped trees throw stark shadows across Robinson, disturbed only by the occasional passing car. Otherwise, the street is quiet.

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