Century Approves About $3,000 In Emergency Repairs To Collapsed Elm Street

September 11, 2019

A collapsed culvert on Elm Street is costing about $3,000 to for the Town of Century to repair.

The repair required the purchase of 40 feet of 4-foot wide corrugated pipe and asphalt. The collapse led to the closure of Elm Street from Highway 29 to Jeter Lane.

The town council approved the emergency purchase of the people and asphalt from their sales tax infrastructure fund.

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4 Responses to “Century Approves About $3,000 In Emergency Repairs To Collapsed Elm Street”

  1. retired on September 12th, 2019 8:46 am

    THANK YOU fisherman

  2. fisherman on September 11th, 2019 6:11 pm

    @CS the article doesn’t state who will do the repair only that (is costing about $3,000 to for the Town of Century to repair) that’s the cost for the city to repair. Who actually is going to repair it this article doesn’t say. Just my opinion.

  3. CS on September 11th, 2019 4:00 pm

    @retired: who do you think is doing the work? If you read carefully you will see it clearly says The Town Of Century to repair.

  4. retired on September 11th, 2019 10:07 am

    don’t they have a street dept. for that reason??????????????
    WHY SHOULD IT COST EXTRA????????????????????





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