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Saturday, January 3, 2015

A new year and new construction work for the City of Little Rock

Posted By on Sat, Jan 3, 2015 at 6:55 AM

OVERPASS SITE: On Geyer Springs.
  • OVERPASS SITE: On Geyer Springs.

The start of 2015 begins another round of Little Rock capital improvement projects with money from a tax increase dedicated to a bond issue. There's a lengthy list on the City Board's agenda Tuesday, including one project that I've been reading about for better than 30 years. It's  an item for a half-million in design work on a Geyer Springs Road overpass at the Union Pacific main line in Southwest Little Rock.  Yes, it would be nice. Self-interest here. I take this route frequently to reach Taqueria Samantha #2 farther out Geyer Springs.

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