Five roads combining for almost 9,900 feet of pavement made the list of repair projects the town of Fort Mill sent to the county for approval. If approved, the projects would be paid for with C-fund money that comes from the state’s fuel tax.
Five roads combining for almost 9,900 feet of pavement made the list of repair projects the town of Fort Mill sent to the county for approval. If approved, the projects would be paid for with C-fund money that comes from the state’s fuel tax. ANDY BURRISS Herald file photo
Five roads combining for almost 9,900 feet of pavement made the list of repair projects the town of Fort Mill sent to the county for approval. If approved, the projects would be paid for with C-fund money that comes from the state’s fuel tax. ANDY BURRISS Herald file photo

Of all the roads needing resurfacing in Fort Mill, a list emerges. What may get done?

August 22, 2017 12:24 PM

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