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City of Cape Girardeau cuts ribbon on Broadway

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Cape Girardeau Mayor Harry Rediger helps cut the ribbon for the Broadway project. Cape Girardeau Mayor Harry Rediger helps cut the ribbon for the Broadway project.
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CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

Although its been open for a few weeks, leaders from Cape Girardeau officially cut the ribbon to open Broadway.

The $4.4 million project took six months to complete.

Broadway from Pacific to Water Streets was renovated, sidewalks were repaved, and a decorative streetscape was installed.

But Cape Mayor Harry Rediger said there's still more work to do.

"We don't want Broadway to ever be finished," Rediger said. "We want it to continue to evolve. We want to have new businesses and improved store fronts."

More trash cans and bike racks will be added to Broadway soon.

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