Wilson Blvd. repair delayed by dam agreement (SC)

Ten months later, October’s historic flood is still having a major impact on one Midlands community.  Wilson Boulevard in Richland County was damaged by the failure of the Lake Elizabeth dam in October. The dam is still broke and the roadway remains closed to traffic.  The reason: It all comes down to money. Before Wilson Boulevard is fixed, the S.C. Department of Transportation said the dam must be repaired. That’s going to cost millions of dollars, which is an expense the state says homeowners have to pay.    Read the article……………


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