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What will 34th look like? Tuesday public hearing scheduled

By James Clark | email  

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) – What will 34th Street look like after a $20 million facelift?  Officials have an idea but they want to run it past you first.

A public meeting on the concept and design is scheduled for Tuesday January 11th at the Family Life Center of Sunset Church of Christ, 3631 34th street.  An open house is at 6:00 PM and presentations start at 7:00 PM.

Not all of 34th street will go under construction next year.  Instead, officials have chosen a 1.9-mile stretch between Indiana and Avenue Q.  The conceptual work and the design work will go along 34th Street all the way from Interstate 27 to Slide Road.

But the construction will be done in phases and so far Lubbock voters only approved enough money for the 1.9-mile stretch. 

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