Friday, April 13, 2012

MAYOR Alexander Says Forget the By-Pass Project In Elizabethton
With the announcement this week that a $13.5 million Highway improvement project is coming to downtown Elizabethton, TDOT says the northern bypass project is dead. We ask Elizabethton Mayor Curt Alexander his feelings about the long-sought project to ease travel and get traffic out of Center City Elizabethton. He says the northern bypass project should be forgotten about by the city Elizabethton and their leaders. Alexander says they should move on and embrace what the state has provided. Work will not be starting until 2015 on that 13 a half million dollar highway upgrade for W. Elk Ave. The state has also said it will not be an easy job. It will take at least a year to a year and a half to complete the work.(CS)

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