Workers from Gary Ingram Grading and Paving work to lay down a new 1-inch wearing surface on Lee Street Tuesday.  The city performed minor repairs on the road last week, and this round of paving is intended to increase the ridability and safety of the road until ATRIP grants can be used in 2016 to completely rebuild the road.
Workers from Gary Ingram Grading and Paving work to lay down a new 1-inch wearing surface on Lee Street Tuesday. The city performed minor repairs on the road last week, and this round of paving is intended to increase the ridability and safety of the road until ATRIP grants can be used in 2016 to completely rebuild the road.

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Lee Street gets re-surfaced

Published 8:16pm Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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