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LR WORKS WITH CITY ON ENHANCEMENTS

LR’s campus received an upgrade on Seventh Avenue, through a project initiated jointly between LR staff and the City of Hickory. Enhancements were made to improve vehicle and pedestrian safety, according to Sarah Killian, communications specialist for the City of Hickory. The project also included the planting of perennials on the medians and new irrigation. 

LR provided funding of $72,000 of materials, while the city provided approximately $65,000 of direct in-kind service through design and construction. Duke Energy also contributed to the project and installed new LED lighting along Seventh Avenue at a discounted rate. 

“Upgrades to Seventh Avenue will complement current bond projects aimed at connecting citizens with amenities throughout the city,” said Mayor Hank Guess. “The City of Hickory appreciates the strong partnership with Lenoir-Rhyne, and looks forward to working together on this and future projects to enhance our community.”

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LR WORKS WITH CITY ON ENHANCEMENTS
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LR’s campus received an upgrade on Seventh Avenue, through a project initiated jointly between LR staff and the City of Hickory. Enhancements were made to improve vehicle and pedestrian safety, according to Sarah Killian, communications specialist for the City of Hickory. The project also included the planting of perennials on the medians and new irrigation. 

LR provided funding of $72,000 of materials, while the city provided approximately $65,000 of direct in-kind service through design and construction. Duke Energy also contributed to the project and installed new LED lighting along Seventh Avenue at a discounted rate. 

“Upgrades to Seventh Avenue will complement current bond projects aimed at connecting citizens with amenities throughout the city,” said Mayor Hank Guess. “The City of Hickory appreciates the strong partnership with Lenoir-Rhyne, and looks forward to working together on this and future projects to enhance our community.”

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