CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — City leaders gathered Thursday afternoon for a big reveal.
The Six Points intersection received a new decorative sidewalk, and Corpus Christi Councilman Ben Molina was in attendance to show his excitement.
"We are beautifying the area," Molina said. 'Investing in our neighborhoods, and creating a gate way to the Staple Street corridor, and so with it we hope revitalization comes, growth comes."
The more colorful crosswalks are estimated to cost around $40-60,000, and features thermal plastic on the crosswalks to prevent it from weathering quickly.
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