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Gateway to Packers' heritage trail downtown gets OK

7:27 AM, Dec. 12, 2012
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A gateway-style structure in downtown Green Bay that will be part of the Packers Heritage Trail was approved Tuesday by the Redevelopment Authority.

The structure will be on the southwest corner of the Cherry Street parking lot. It will be 56 feet wide, flanked by lighted glass and brick walls, with two 27-foot goal post-like stanchions in the middle. The glass in the walls will be etched with photographs from the Lombardi era on one side and the Lambeau era on the other. There will be statues of a Lambeau era player to be determined, of Packers founder George Whitney Calhoun, and of Paul Hornung.

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