Suwannee Democrat


June 6, 2014

Wellborn sidewalk construction to begin Monday

Live Oak — Work is expected to begin Monday on a project which will improve the ability for pedestrians to walk safely along County Road 137 in Wellborn  A 5-foot wide concrete sidewalk will be built along both sides of County Road 137 from U.S. 90 to just south of Eighth Avenue. In addition, a crosswalk will be constructed for pedestrians crossing at County Road 10A.


Some of the driveways that the sidewalk will pass will have to be temporarily closed so crews can place the concrete for the sidewalk. However, residents will be contacted in advance of the work.


Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) will oversee the project and hired R.E. Arnold Construction, Inc., of Archer to build the sidewalk at a cost of $261,800. The project is combined with sidewalk construction in Levy and Gilchrist counties and should be completed later this year.


For more information on this project, please contact FDOT at 800-749-2967, ext. 7830.

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