YEARS IN THE MAKING: Ribbon cut on Bicentennial Park in New Albany
New Albany Mayor Jeff Gahan, center, lead the ribbon cutting ceremony at the official opening of the Bicentennial Park at the corner of Spring and Pearl streets in downtown New Albany on Friday evening. See related photos from staff photographer Christopher Fryer.
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