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Finishing Touches On Argyle Streetscape Going In

Thursday afternoon, one of the last details was added to the Argyle Streetscape: the "identifier" at the concrete pedestrian island on Broadway at Argyle.It matches the much-discussed "Asia on Argyle" theme over at the Red Line station, which was designed back in 2009 with community input.Although residents had a chance to vote on the appearance of this identifier back in 2014, it doesn't seem to be either of the options on the ballot.
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