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Columbus board approves State Street study contract

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COLUMBUS, Ind. — The Columbus Board of Public Works and Safety approved a $63,335 contract today for a State Street/Indiana 46 corridor plan.

The contract, with The Lakota Group from Chicago, will be paid for with $30,000 from the Columbus Area Metropolitan Planning Organization and $33,335 from capital development funds from the 2012 city General Fund budget.

The city's goal is to enhance the land use, economic vitality and physical appearance of State Street, one of the main eastern entrances to the city, according to the contract with the Lakota Group.

For more information, please read Wednesday's Republic.

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