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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) The Montgomery Clean City Commission is partnering with local businesses for a beautification project this weekend in Montgomery Mulberry Street Business District. They will be picking up litter, mowing, edging, trimming weeds and planting flower beds.Area businesses have donated money to purchase two new custom iron signs to designate the area. Volunteers will build planters around the new signs.”The Mulberry Street district is a beautiful area,” said MCCC Director Susan Carmichael. “We want to enhance it with signs, flowers and a canopy of trees.”The MCCC is currently raising money to purchase more than 100 trees.”We have raised several thousand dollars to purchase oak trees, red buds and crepe myrtles,
which will be planted in early November when conditions are favorable,” said Carmichael.The City urban forester will oversee the planting of the trees.Depending on the number of volunteers on Saturday morning, MCCC hopes to cover all of Mulberry Street between the I 85 ramp and Carter Hill Road and the surrounding streets. Three groups from Maxwell Air Force Base, a sorority and fraternity from Alabama State University, a troop of boy scouts and several individuals have already volunteered for the event.If you are interested in being a part of this beautification project, please contact the Montgomery Clean City Commission at (334) 625 2175.Toys ‘R’ Us are having a hard time competing with video games online sellers, such as Amazon.2 injured in shooting in Auburn Mall parking lot2 injured in shooting in Auburn Mall parking lotUpdated: Friday, March 9 2018 8:26 PM EST2018 03 10 01:26:24 GMTTwo people were injured in a shooting in the parking lot of Auburn Mall Friday evening.Two people were injured in a shooting in the parking lot of Auburn Mall Friday evening.SCDOT: I 26 WB lanes near Orangeburg to remain closed as crews demolish bridgeSCDOT: I 26 WB lanes near Orangeburg to remain closed as crews demolish bridgeUpdated: Friday,
March 9 2018 8:36 PM EST2018 03 10 01:36:56 GMTSCDOT crews dismantling a bridge near Orangeburg that was struck by a tractor trailer. (Source: SCDOT)SCDOT officials say I 26 westbound lanes near Orangeburg will remain closed until Saturday morning following a fatal accident where an 18 wheeler crashed into a bridge.SCDOT officials say I 26 westbound lanes near Orangeburg will remain closed until Saturday morning following a fatal accident where an 18 wheeler crashed into a bridge.