Selma St. Elementary Students to get Sidewalks

By: Muriel Bailey Email
By: Muriel Bailey Email

Selma Street Elementary school students will soon be able to take the sidewalk to school.

It's part of the Safe Routes to School Program.

It's designed to make walking and biking to school much safer.

"We've done some small projects with elementary schools but, this is the first time that we've got a safe routes to school grant to do that, the significant thing it's 100 percent funded," said Dothan City Manager Mike West.

The city hopes to soon get more areas approved for sidewalks.


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  • by Raymond Location: Webb on Jul 17, 2012 at 07:17 PM
    1I work for geisler contracting and we completed the safe way to school project before christmas last year. We done four schools; selma, heard, fayne, and beverly school elementary so the project has already been done please quit posting its gonna start we worked hard and have completed it already. The real question is someone trying to pocket a lil money out of this or what?
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