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Meeting on re-engineering Hardin, O'Kelly streets July 17
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 The city of Conyers is seeking input and ready to answer questions from the public Tuesday night about the proposed $4.6 million bicycle and pedestrian improvements in the Hardin and O’Kelly Streets corridor of the Central Conyers Activity Center. Conyers officials and transportation engineers will be at a public information meeting on Tuesday, July 17 from 4 p.m.-7 p.m. in the downstairs meeting room of the Nancy Guinn Library located at 864 Green Street. The meeting will cover the proposed engineering of making the streets “complete streets” in which local roads are improved to include amenities for pedestrians and cyclists.