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Access road opened at Jefferson Pointe

Swikar Patel | The Journal Gazette
Jon Swerens, back, director of communications at The Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce, Michael Brooks, left, general manager at Jefferson Pointe, and Katrina Newman, marketing manager at Jefferson Pointe, talk Monday morning before the ribbon-cutting for the opening of the Jefferson Pointe access road that now runs from Apple Glen Boulevard and continues in between Rave and Flat Top Grill to the other side of the shopping center.

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