BELL STREET UPDATE: The Project is Half Way Done
SAN ANGELO, TX – One of the worst streets in San Angelo is on its way to being completely rebuilt.
As previously reported on June 18, Reece Albert crews are fixing the once heavily damaged street. Here's the story: Finally. Bell Street Reconstruction Begins Monday
The crews have worked for months and have relocated and replaced water, sewer, and utility lines. They have now finished Bell street from the Old Ballinger Highway all the way near Pulliam. During the process they experienced minor set backs. WATCH: Damaged Bell Street Bridge Could Take a Year to Repair
City Officials say that the $22 million project is 50 percent complete.
The Bell Street project is part of a 10-year, $80 million commitment to improve some of San Angelo’s worst streets. To date, Martin Luther King Drive has been rebuilt, a portion of Southland Boulevard has been widened, and College Hills Boulevard has been repaved from Loop 306 to Valleyview Boulevard.
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