Potter, Shelley Mullis and Taxahaw roads to get improvements
By Reece Murphy
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 at 6:00 am (Updated: February 13, 6:02 am)
The S.C. Department of Transportation has good news for residents who live on some of Lancaster County’s worst roads: Those roads are getting much-needed face-lifts.
According to an SCDOT spokesman, the project is to include three roads: Taxahaw Road, Potter Road in the south and southeast part of the county and Shelley Mullis Road in Indian Land.
The news for the multimillion dollar project came in a letter SCDOT District 4 Engineering Administrator John McCarter sent in response to an Indian Land resident inquiring about repairs to Shelley Mullis.
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