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Public Works advances sidewalk proposal to council

A runner steps in a hole in the broken concrete of the sidewalk on West Main Street.

A runner steps in a hole in the broken concrete of the sidewalk on West Main Street. Photo by Julie Smith.

The Jefferson City Public Works and Planning Committee on Thursday advanced to the City Council a proposal that could lead to sidewalk repairs in some of the more heavily traveled areas used by walkers and joggers.

At the Thursday morning meeting, Matt Morasch, deputy director for public works, said MECO Engineering would likely inspect the sidewalks. A bid for the actual work on the sidewalks would come later.

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The expected price of the project is $300,000, with the money coming from ....

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