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On the east end of Brookway Boulevard, Hudgey’s Family Restaurant was a fixture for 50 years before being torn down. The new building rising in its place will be a Fast Pace Urgent Care Clinic. On the west end of Brookway Boulevard, a former Fleet Morris Petroleum gas station was torn down after sitting vacant for years. The cleanup has not been completed and plans for the property have yet to be announced. The property on the corner of North Second Street and Monticello Street will soon be serving fried chicken. The building previously served as a seafood market. On the corner of website link South Railroad Avenue and East Court Street is the former Brookhaven Outreach Ministry building. Renovations are underway, but plans for the building have yet to be announced. There are two properties being improved close to each other on the west end of Industrial Park Road. One of them is in front of the Lincoln County Health Department building. That building will be the Reading Nook’s new location. [Insurance] [Cars]

The company was established in 2000 and is the largest government-related entity (GRE) in Yangzhou, a city in Jiangsu province. It plays an important role in the city's public services including urban-infrastructure construction, water and natural gas supply, sewage treatment, public transportation, and affordable housing and property development. 'Very Strong' Status, Ownership and Control: The company is wholly owned by the municipal government, which appoints its board members. Major events, including strategic development, acquisitions, disposals and major capex, require the government's approval. The company's operating and financing activities are closely monitored by the municipality. 'Strong' Support Record: YUCH is the largest GRE in Yangzhou with a strong government support record. The company has received large amounts of assets and capital injections from the government over the past few years. In addition, the company received government subsidies of more than CNY900 million 2019. The government also transferred the shares of Jiangsu Huajian Construction Co., Ltd. and Yangzhou Yunhe Urban Construction Investment Group Co., Ltd.