New projects approved for New Year

by | Dec 19, 2019 | Uncategorized

 Get ready for some disruption along Hamilton Street, although Farmersville City Manager Ben White hopes to keep it to a bare minimum over the span of six to eight months.

City council voted Dec. 10 to accept a bid from Vessels Con­struction Co. of $1,083,874.18 to rebuild Hamilton Street. White said he hopes to have the project done by the end of next summer

For the full story, see the Dec. 19 issue or subscribe online

John Kanelis [email protected]

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