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Landscaping rift along Fairbanks' Illinois Street takes root between city and state

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Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013 12:00 am

FAIRBANKS — A $200,000 difference of opinion has sprouted up between the state and the city and borough in regard to landscaping in the new Illinois Street corridor.

The state Department of Transportation is planting grass in parts of the right-of-way corridor and laying pavement down in other parts as opposed to planting the trees and shrubs that the mayors of both the city and borough requested.

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