Monday, February 16th, 2009
Photo by William Kincaid
The land behind Roberts Town Tavern, most of it a right-of-way belonging to Norfolk Southern Railway, is viewed here looking south to U.S. 127 from East Logan Street in Celina. The land is often used by motorists as a way to bypass the intersection of Main and Logan streets. The city plans to lease the land for $1 a year and close traffic access to it.
Online story associated with this photograph
The city of Celina's proposal to lease property from the Norfolk Southern Railway Company could lead to the closing of a parking area used by customers of Roberts Town Tavern, 402 S. Main St. If approved, it also could stop dri . . .
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