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Final Proposal for Kinston’s MLK Corridor Presented to Golden Leaf

By CED Program Interns & Students

Published January 8, 2010


 

 

 

 

 

 

Proposed improvements near the Boys and Girls Club
Proposed improvements near the Boys and Girls Club

 

Paul Winn is a Masters Student of City and Regional Planning and a graduate student assistant working with Lenoir County.

Today, the City of Kinston presented its final plan for the Martin Luther King corridor to the Golden Leaf Foundation for funding approval.  The requested $422,000 would help pay for sidewalks, decorative fencing, wayfinding signs, crosswalks, street trees, lighting, and a roundabout at King and MLK.  Before and after images of the Boys and Girls Club and King/MLK intersection are shown below, depicting some of the proposed changes.

Published January 8, 2010 By CED Program Interns & Students

 

 

 

 

 

 

Proposed improvements near the Boys and Girls Club
Proposed improvements near the Boys and Girls Club

 

Paul Winn is a Masters Student of City and Regional Planning and a graduate student assistant working with Lenoir County.

Today, the City of Kinston presented its final plan for the Martin Luther King corridor to the Golden Leaf Foundation for funding approval.  The requested $422,000 would help pay for sidewalks, decorative fencing, wayfinding signs, crosswalks, street trees, lighting, and a roundabout at King and MLK.  Before and after images of the Boys and Girls Club and King/MLK intersection are shown below, depicting some of the proposed changes.

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One Response to “Final Proposal for Kinston’s MLK Corridor Presented to Golden Leaf”

  1. Lee Albritton

    Am interested in learning more….have just started a group to grow green infrastructure in Kinston, and are interested in a community garden in this corridor as our first project.
    would love to hear from you,
    lee

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