December 9, 2013
City officials will start the Jefferson Streetscapes Project
next month. The $600,000 project aims to restore some of the city's
charm of the 1800s.
The targeted area of Washington, Lee and Sycamore streets will
include the addition of crosswalks, wider sidewalks and more
Officials plan to remove the overhead traffic signals, replacing
them with signals mounted on wrought-iron styled poles with
matching street lights along the nearby sidewalks.
In March, the Crawford W. Long Museum reopens after $200,000
worth of renovations, showcasing some new exhibits.
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