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Bus Shelter Ribbon Cutting at Social Security Administration

Wednesday, November 17th, thanks to the law firm of Kaylor & Kaylor, a ribbon cutting was conducted on a new bus shelter located in front of the Social Security Administration building located on Commerce Drive, behind the South Lakeland branch of the post office on South Florida Avenue.


The bus shelter was purchased and installed by Kaylor & Kaylor, P.A. under the Citrus Connectionís Community Bus shelter Program.

Don Selvage, Lakeland City Commissioner and Board Member for Lakeland Area Mass Transit District, thanked Ms. Nora Leto of Kaylor & Kaylor for their contribution which made the shelter and amenities possible. The shelter will shield bus riders from the summer sun and rains, offer protection on windy days and, in general, make waiting for a bus at that location much more pleasant. Commissioner Selvage also thanked Rosa Lopez of the Social Security Administration for her support of the site, which presented multiple land use challenges before the shelter could be erected.

Citrus Connection staff was joined by Nora Leto and Toni Brooks of Kaylor & Kaylor along with Aimee Radlein and several staff members of the Social Security Administration.

Pictured below is the new shelter in front of the Social Security Administration Building with Commissioner Selvage, representatives of Kaylor & Kaylor, Social Security Administration and Citrus Connection.

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