During Thursday’s Lacey City Council work session, Public Works Director Scott Egger showed examples of city streets that would benefit from Transportation Benefit District funding. Homann Drive Southeast has a pavement condition index of 64, which indicates it needs some fixing.
During Thursday’s Lacey City Council work session, Public Works Director Scott Egger showed examples of city streets that would benefit from Transportation Benefit District funding. Homann Drive Southeast has a pavement condition index of 64, which indicates it needs some fixing. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com
During Thursday’s Lacey City Council work session, Public Works Director Scott Egger showed examples of city streets that would benefit from Transportation Benefit District funding. Homann Drive Southeast has a pavement condition index of 64, which indicates it needs some fixing. Rolf Boone rboone@theolympian.com

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