Livingston neighborhood to get paving, drainage
Published 12:00 am Wednesday, November 12, 2003
LIVINGSTON &045; Paving and draining projects were the main topics during a short meeting Monday of the Livingston City Council.
The council approved a joint project with the Sumter County Commission for paving the Highland Drive subdivision. There are some 50 homes in the subdivision, said Livingston Mayor Thomas M. Tartt III, and engineers estimate the cost of the project at approximately $200,000.
The council is also working with engineers to design the relocation of drainage easements on Grubb Circle. The Winn Dixie grocery store wants to expand, Tartt said, and Luverne Adams, owner of the shopping center, is expected to pay for the work.
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In other action Monday, the council approved a resolution honoring the Sumter Academy girls volleyball team who recently won the state championship.