MERIDIAN, Miss. (WTOK) – The city’s public works director wanted to give some updates on the future of the city’s infrastructure.
Whether it’s the plans for North Hills Street or telling us about the latest medical project.
“We’re definitely looking at North Hills Street. We asked to visit with our federal delegation in Washington. We are trying to find the funding to get this project off the ground and get it on everyone’s radar. We know that this is a project that needs to be developed, reviewed and improved. Lots of different things going on with North Hills Street. So we’re looking from 19th east to the city limits,” Public Works Director David Hodge said.
But roads weren’t the only topic of discussion, as many asked about street lights, roundabouts and what to expect from the city of Meridian.
“Yes, we are doing a sidewalk project in front of the city hall, which will help improve the electricity for all the events that are going to happen in the future, you know, there are a lot of events happening downtown. So when you set up the town hall now, you can have different options. You don’t have to run wires all over the place. When this project is finished, we’ll have electrical outlets there,” Hodge said. .
Asphalt and new roads are not only on the list of the city; The modernization of wastewater treatment facilities is also understandable.
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