Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Road Now Open
A road damaged by flooding in January has reopened. A portion of King Springs Road has been shut down since that flooding and has undergone extensive repairs. The road is now open. The project, estimated to cost over 210-thousand dollars has had work done that will stabilize the ground, to help prevent future flooding. New guardrails and retaining walls were also constructed during the road repairs. (CC)

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