Downtown Simpsonville sidewalk plans get final OK

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Bids to be sought for November finish

By Steve Doyle

State officials this week gave their sort-of-final approval to Simpsonville’s downtown sidewalk project, and the city is about to advertise for bids, Mayor Steve Eden told the Simpsonville City Commission at its meeting on Wednesday morning.

The project, which first began with the federal stimulus grant application in 2008, has been stuck in slow motion by federal and state regulations about the release of the $320,000 the city received to build new sidewalks along the south side of U.S. 60 between Fairview Drive and Old Veechdale Road.

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