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Kettering facelift along Wilmington Pike to begin at end of June

The City of Kettering is giving a section of Wilmington Pike a face lift this summer. 

Construction on the corridor, to spruce up the area and improve ease of access, will begin near the end of this month.

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The project, occurring between East Stroop and Marshall Roads, includes installing new streetlights and trees, according to city officials.

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It will also involve a new pedestrian pathway to improve bike path connections and walking entry to businesses.

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Construction should last about four months and have minimal traffic impact, according to city officials.

This is the third major upgrade to Wilmington Pike in the past five years. A $3 million project went underway in 2012 and last year several turn lanes were widened.

City officials plan to meet with the contractor next week to review the final details of the renovation.

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