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Livingston Fighting Through Courthouse Project Price Increases

Livingston’s on-going Courthouse Square upgrades are costing more as delays in project approval continue. Mayor Curtis Hayes said the original budget for the project passed in 2021. Since that time, inflation has taken its toll. “I think we know that government moves slow, and we’ve been working on this project now for pretty close to two years,” Mayor Curtis Hayes ... Read More »

Livingston Aldermen Discuss One-Way Traffic Options And Downtown Parking

The Livingston Mayor and Board of Aldermen to further discuss the possibility of converting two city roads to one-way traffic. Consultant Ray Evans proposed the item Monday night in an effort to create more roadside parking. Evans said business owners expressed the need in a recent informational session over the South Church Street improvement project. “There’s no reason not to ... Read More »

Overton Industrial Consultant Recommends Committee To Search For Land

Consultant Ray Evans recommended that the new members of the Overton County Industrial Board consider purchasing land for an industrial park. During Tuesday’s meeting, Evans said Overton County is one of the few, if not the only county in the state, that does not have land for industrial prospects. “If you don’t have industrial property available, it doesn’t not matter ... Read More »

Livingston Sidewalk Project Set To Move Forward

Sidewalks along Livingston’s East Main and East Broad Streets will be repaired this summer. Downtown Revitalization Committee Chairman Ray Evans said the sidewalks are over 80 years old. “Many of them have been covered up with debris and with grass,” Evans said. “They don’t meet the American Disabilities Act requirements, so we are bringing all of those sidewalks back up ... Read More »