The Andrews Avenue Industrial Parkway has been repaved with curbs, new entry accesses, grass strip and sidewalks.
Andrews Avenue Business Group to have ceremony
A re-dedication, ribbon-cutting ceremony and gathering of the Andrews Avenue Business Group will be Oct. 4 at the grassy area between the westbound freeway between Access Road and Scott Street.
Ribbon-cutting and announcements will begin promptly at 2 p.m. There will be a limited half-hour road closing for the ceremony from 2:15 to 2:45 p.m. From 3 to 4:30 p.m., food and refreshments will be offered in the Martin P. Joyce Juvenile Justice Center’s Scott Street parking lot.
After multiple decades of anticipation, the Andrews Avenue Industrial Parkway has been repaved with curbs, new entry accesses, grass strip and sidewalks.
Along with management personnel from Andrews Avenue businesses, Oak Park and Scott Street residents are invited. The event will be the first time Andrews Avenue business, city representatives and area residents will gather.
In the event of heavy rain, the event will move to the Youngstown Tube Slitting Division lot and building at 745 Andrews Ave.
Contributing companies and organizations are: A-1 Concrete Leveling and Foundation; Brilex Inc., City Machine and Tool Inc., Connell Inc., CW Moldings and Millwork Outlet, D.M. Adams, DTP Enterprises, Dutch Auto Body, Environmental Specialists, Exodus Industrial Demolition, Fireline Inc., Great Garage Doors, Lou Vari Transmission, Murphy Contracting Co. Inc., Regal Tool and Die, Sergio DiPaolo, Source Products Ltd., Tri County Asphalt Materials, Youngstown Specialty Metals, Youngstown Tube Co., Wick Neighbors Inc. and the juvenile justice center.
For information, call Dave Adams at 330-565-3979 or email email@example.com.