The City of LaGrange is looking to make a good first impression on the 500,000 plus visitors who are expected to drive through the city starting this spring.

During last week’s work session, the LaGrange City Council discussed plans to work with The Ray C. Anderson Foundation and other partners to ensure that exit 13 is beautiful and memorable. The exit is part of the Ray C. Anderson Memorial Highway, which has already undergone beautification efforts on either end of the memorial highway — at exits 2 and 18 and the Welcome Center near the state line. Exit 13 has become a focus for local leaders within the last year because of the influx of new business near that location.

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