Community leaders will celebrate the completion of the 98th Street widening project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony slated for 11 a.m., today near the intersection of 98th Street and Slide Road.
The two-year, $15 million project included remediation of sewer line compaction and construction of the South Lubbock storm sewer. Work is being completed on time and on budget.
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