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Councilors Want Improved Traffic Flow At 29-Hydraulic

Councilors Want Improved Traffic Flow At 29-Hydraulic

City Councilors have approved using $250,000 from a contingency fund for traffic flow improvements at 29 North and Hydraulic Road. The city will not divert any money from a long-term project on Old Lynchburg Road. Jim Tolbert of Neighborhood Development Services says a contractor is striving to complete the Old Lynchburg project by November 30th. Tolbert says his staff has spoken to many residents of Fry’s Spring. The city expects to earmark $400,000 for the improvements at 29 and Hydraulic.