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Crist at ribbon cutting for iRox project

Florida governor Charlie Crist, right, uses the back of Tom Deer, left, to give an autograph for Elisabeth Norton, center, after the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Florida governor Charlie Crist, right, uses the back of Tom Deer, left, to give an autograph for Elisabeth Norton, center, after the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • Florida governor Charlie Crist, talks to the media after the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Florida governor Charlie Crist, along with others, cut a ribbon during the opening ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Florida governor Charlie Crist, right, shakes hands with Collier County Commissioner Jim Coletta, left, before the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp arrives at the official ribbon cutting ceremony marking the opening of the third lane on I-75 in Collier  and Lee Counties on Dec. 23, 2009. Governor Charlie Crist was also on hand to greet workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Florida governor Charlie Crist, left, autographs a construction helmet for Joe Cothran, construction manager, center, after the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Florida governor Charlie Crist, right, uses the back of Tom Deer, left, to give an autograph for Elisabeth Norton, center, after the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit. Greg Kahn/Staff

Florida governor Charlie Crist appeared at the ribbon cutting ceremony for the iROX project to widen I-75 in Collier and Lee Counties. Governor Charlie Crist greeted workers on the project which turned four lanes into six over a 30-mile segment of interstate from the Golden Gate Parkway interchange to the Colonial Boulevard exit.

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