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Beaufort City Council is voting on two motions Tuesday night that would mpve the Boundary Street renovation project forward.
During a 5 p.m. special meeting preceding the regular work session on Tuesday, council will vote on the official agreement for a $12.6 million federal grant and to follow Beaufort County's purchasing policy for the grant.
Beaufort has about $13.7 million in matching local funds and the grant money will go toward some of the initial work such as improving intersections and rights-of-way purchases.
Beaufort City Council meets today at 5 p.m. for a work session and 7 p.m. for a voting meeting at City Hall, 1911 Boundary St.
The work session agenda includes updates from the chairmen of the Redevelopment Commission and the Metropolitan Planning Commission and board member interviews. Discussion topics include:
• Proposed city takeover of street ownership from the state. Read more at: City of Beaufort considers takeover of state streets
The first weekend of 57th Annual Beaufort Water Festival events is over, but another seven days of activities, shows and shopping continue through Sunday.
For a look at how Friday, Saturday and Sunday went, along with a schedule of events, photos and festival links, keep on eye on the Beaufort Gazette's Water Festival page.
Beaufort City Council will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday for a non-voting work session in the Planning Conference Room at City Hall, 1911 Boundary St.
July 17 agenda