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Floyd County

August 5, 2013

Second New Albany Main Street project hearing set

Engineer: Input led to some changes in plan

(Continued)

When the city took over a portion of Ind. 111 from Mount Tabor Road to State Street in 2010, the state pledged an additional $500,000 toward improving Main Street. 

The city has notified the Indiana Department of Transportation of the project with the expectation New Albany will garner another $500,000 for the improvements. 

As for Thursday, the public hearing will be held in the third-floor Assembly Room of the City-County Building. The first public forum drew about 50 people, including residents and city and state officials. 

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