Pedestrians cross Reynolds Street on the Technical College of the Lowcountry campus on Tuesday afternoon. Beaufort City Council made a motion Tuesday to consider taking ownership of Reynolds as part of a road repair project with TCL. The motion is contingent upon the city getting funding from the Beaufort County Transportation Committee to help pay for resurfacing and upon approval of a long-term maintenance agreement with TCL. The project would require the city to invest about $48,000.
Pedestrians cross Reynolds Street on the Technical College of the Lowcountry campus on Tuesday afternoon. Beaufort City Council made a motion Tuesday to consider taking ownership of Reynolds as part of a road repair project with TCL. The motion is contingent upon the city getting funding from the Beaufort County Transportation Committee to help pay for resurfacing and upon approval of a long-term maintenance agreement with TCL. The project would require the city to invest about $48,000. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette
Pedestrians cross Reynolds Street on the Technical College of the Lowcountry campus on Tuesday afternoon. Beaufort City Council made a motion Tuesday to consider taking ownership of Reynolds as part of a road repair project with TCL. The motion is contingent upon the city getting funding from the Beaufort County Transportation Committee to help pay for resurfacing and upon approval of a long-term maintenance agreement with TCL. The project would require the city to invest about $48,000. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette

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