Home Local News Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Streets to be Repaired in Summer Paving Program. Six Streets Added Due to Street Maintenance Fee.

Sulphur Springs City Council Approves Streets to be Repaired in Summer Paving Program. Six Streets Added Due to Street Maintenance Fee.

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The Sulphur Springs City Council has finalized the list of streets to be repaired this summer as a part of the annual summer street paving program. Six streets were added to the original plan due to the projected revenue from the Street Maintenance Fee that the council recently approved. A full list of streets to be paved is below:

Streets originally planned for this summer:

Park Springs Road from State Highway 11 to end of city.

Pipeline Road from Church St. to end of pavement.

Beasley St. from Texas to Davis St.

Elm St. from its transition to Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to Bill Bradford Road.

Ingram St. from League St. to Locust St.

Cranford St. from Kyle Street to Beasley St.

 

Streets added due to the Street Maintenance Fee:

Ashcroft St. from Magnolia St. to Texas St.

Brewer St. from Ingram St. to Locust St.

Peach St. from Davis St. to Brinker St.

Putman St. from Oak Avenue to Jackson St.

Carter St. from Bill Bradford Road South.

Hodge St. from Fisher St. to Gilmer St.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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