City to straighten intersection
Amethyst’s bid was $127,309.
“For years, we’ve been trying to straighten that intersection out,” said Lewis Love, the director of public works.
“We want to start when school lets out and end when school begins.”
Another order of business was to consider authorizing the sale of timber as a surplus property located on McDonald Street. The 26 acres were appraised at $45,200, and the Board motioned to sell it to the highest bidder.