The City of Columbus plans to spend nearly 11-point-7 million dollars in voter-approved bond money to repair curbs and resurface roads. Jim Letizia reports.
City Council Public Service Committee chair Eileen Paley says 850-thousand is going toward phase two of the city-wide curb repair project. Paley says more than 10-point-8 million will be spent on phase three of the city-wide road resurfacing project. Council approved the legislation on Monday. The work will begin in October.
Ed Note: Attached audio includes actualities from the Council member