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Construction started last week for a stop light to be built at the intersection of Scottsville Rd and Akersville Rd/Sycamore St in Lafayette. The grant was applied for under Mayor JY Carter's administration. Mayor Richard Driver stated that it was finally approved a few months after he was in office. Driver said, “I do know it's going to be very nice. Its's going to have a place for pedestrians to cross. The citizens of Lafayette will not only like it for the safety, but also for an up-to-date modern looking system.”
Construction started last week for a stop light to be built at the intersection of Scottsville Rd and Akersville Rd/Sycamore St in Lafayette. The grant was applied for under Mayor JY Carter's administration. Mayor Richard Driver stated that it was finally approved a few months after he was in office. Driver said, “I do know it's going to be very nice. Its's going to have a place for pedestrians to cross. The citizens of Lafayette will not only like it for the safety, but also for an up-to-date modern looking system.”
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Construction started last week for a stop light to be built at the intersection of Scottsville Rd and Akersville Rd/Sycamore St in Lafayette. The grant was applied for under Mayor JY Carter’s administration. Mayor Richard Driver stated that it was finally approved a few months after he was in office. Driver said, “I do know it’s going to be very nice. Its’s going to have a place for pedestrians to cross. The citizens of Lafayette will not only like it for the safety, but also for an up-to-date modern looking system.”


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