Traffic is funneled into one lane along a stretch of Bluff Road in front of Olympia School as the road is widened. That project and others funded by Richland County’s penny transportation tax have resulted in more work for minority-owned contractors.
Traffic is funneled into one lane along a stretch of Bluff Road in front of Olympia School as the road is widened. That project and others funded by Richland County’s penny transportation tax have resulted in more work for minority-owned contractors. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Traffic is funneled into one lane along a stretch of Bluff Road in front of Olympia School as the road is widened. That project and others funded by Richland County’s penny transportation tax have resulted in more work for minority-owned contractors. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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