Federal monies will soon arrive from Washington to fix a long sought transportation project in the Wiregrass.
Monday, the Coffee County Commission unanimously approved a D.O.T resolution for County Road 239.
The government will pay 80-percent of the repaving cost.
The price-tag is expected to be around 600,000 dollars.
The roadway is located outside of New Brockton and the work will include repaving a three-and-a-half mile stretch between state Highways 125 and 167.
Motorists have long complained about the dangerous pot holes and broken pavement.
Coffee County Chief Engineer Randy Tindell says they will start accepting bids on the project in early November.
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