A list of roads projects that would be financed by the fourth phase of Pennies For Progress has been released. York County voters would have to approve that next phase in a November referendum.
A list of roads projects that would be financed by the fourth phase of Pennies For Progress has been released. York County voters would have to approve that next phase in a November referendum. John Marks Fort Mill Times file photo
A list of roads projects that would be financed by the fourth phase of Pennies For Progress has been released. York County voters would have to approve that next phase in a November referendum. John Marks Fort Mill Times file photo

York County’s biggest road fix program has its next list of roads. Did yours make it?

May 17, 2017 03:59 PM

UPDATED May 19, 2017 07:48 AM

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