A bus drives over one of many potholes found on Mink Point Boulevard on Thursday afternoon. The city of Beaufort is considering taking ownership of 147 miles of roads owned by the state within the city limits to try and make maintenance and renovation projects easier and more efficient.
A bus drives over one of many potholes found on Mink Point Boulevard on Thursday afternoon. The city of Beaufort is considering taking ownership of 147 miles of roads owned by the state within the city limits to try and make maintenance and renovation projects easier and more efficient. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette
A bus drives over one of many potholes found on Mink Point Boulevard on Thursday afternoon. The city of Beaufort is considering taking ownership of 147 miles of roads owned by the state within the city limits to try and make maintenance and renovation projects easier and more efficient. Delayna Earley The Beaufort Gazette

City of Beaufort considers takeover of state streets

July 28, 2012 06:51 PM

UPDATED October 05, 2012 07:38 PM

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