A ceremony was held in October 2014 to mark the completion of a quarter-mile stretch of Clays Mill Road from Higbee Mill Road to Twain Ridge Drive. The road was widened from four lanes to six, and bike lanes and sidewalks were added.
A ceremony was held in October 2014 to mark the completion of a quarter-mile stretch of Clays Mill Road from Higbee Mill Road to Twain Ridge Drive. The road was widened from four lanes to six, and bike lanes and sidewalks were added. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader File Photo
A ceremony was held in October 2014 to mark the completion of a quarter-mile stretch of Clays Mill Road from Higbee Mill Road to Twain Ridge Drive. The road was widened from four lanes to six, and bike lanes and sidewalks were added. Charles Bertram Herald-Leader File Photo

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