Workers for Site Source, of Moncks Corner, use a concrete cut saw to cut through the concrete at Bay and Charles streets in Beaufort on Feb. 3, 2014.  Workers are installing a new mast arm for the street lights.  A total of five mast arms will be installed in Beaufort.
Workers for Site Source, of Moncks Corner, use a concrete cut saw to cut through the concrete at Bay and Charles streets in Beaufort on Feb. 3, 2014. Workers are installing a new mast arm for the street lights. A total of five mast arms will be installed in Beaufort. Staff photo
Workers for Site Source, of Moncks Corner, use a concrete cut saw to cut through the concrete at Bay and Charles streets in Beaufort on Feb. 3, 2014. Workers are installing a new mast arm for the street lights. A total of five mast arms will be installed in Beaufort. Staff photo

Road construction underway in downtown Beaufort

February 03, 2014 07:04 PM

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