Flomaton council ratifies paving plan

Money saved while contractors in the town

The Flomaton Town Council gave its stamp of approval on a deal inked by Mayor Dewey Bondurant, Jr., to pave west of Railroad and College streets at a savings to the town.

Bondurant said Escambia County Engineer Bill Bridges called him about two weeks ago to say the county was going to pave Old Atmore Road all the way to Highway 31. He also said the railroad would also be doing paving.

Bondurant said Utilities Superintendent Shaun Moye had already received a bid of $28,500 for the paving west of railroad and college streets. However, with contractors already in the area paving, the project coul...

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