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Cayce Street Rehabilitation Project Launches in Franklin

by KQKInews
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The much-awaited Cayce Street Rehabilitation Project in Franklin has finally commenced. For the first time in over four decades, this significant road will undergo major refurbishment. As heavy machinery operates in the vicinity, we urge extreme caution. Residents may experience minor disruptions for a few months; however, the long-term benefits of improved street conditions, drainage, and sewer systems will be well worth it. Should any complications arise during construction, residents are encouraged to contact City Hall at (337) 828-6350.

This $2.3 million capital project has been in development for three years now and exemplifies Franklin’s steadfast commitment to revamping the city’s infrastructure, roads, and quality of life. The well-known adage “Rome wasn’t built in a day” aptly captures the project’s scale. The local community’s support is essential, as tax revenues will finance the city’s matching funds for state contributions to projects like this one. Remember to eat, shop, play, and fuel locally first to ensure continued progress and growth within our city.

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