Sewer improvements will occur on Cail Street, Thompson Street, South Main Street, and Lee Street in addition to the Screven Memorial lift station which handles pumping sewage into the waste water treatment facility.
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Local news for Screven County and surrounding areas.
The Screven County Board of Commissioners approved their FY 2014-2015 “dead” budget Tuesday morning at their regularly scheduled meeting.
Commissioner Gregg Ellison called it a “dead” budget as it had no real changes from last year and there were no big capital expenditures. The county is “just maintaining,” he said.
School officials say the first days of the new year have gone well and they are are looking to continue that string.
“The 2014-2015 school year has gotten off to an excellent start,” said Superintendent William Bland. “The beginning of school is always exciting, with new faces and opportunities. We’ve had a few changes and additions to our staff and leadership teams that are working out very well.
“Screven County Schools are special, and I am looking forward to everyone working together to guide each and every one of our students on a pathway to success,” Bland said.