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Less Red, More Parking Coming to Third Mutual

Third Mutual is "Bettering the Community" as they continue their red curb removal campaign beginning August 21. The Board approved the removal of red curbs by sand blasting throughout Third Mutual, which will free up over 700 parking spaces. This approach is more affordable and more aesthetically pleasing than converting grass to parking spaces, which would cost about $7,000 per space. Work begins in the Gate 5 and 6 area.

Composed: 06/19/2017 | Modified: 08/21/2017