Seymour officials held a ribbon-cutting ceremony this morning to formally mark the completion of the second phase of the West Second Street rehabilitation and reconstruction project. The $2.3 million project, funded by the Indiana Department of Transportation, included the renovation of more than 1,300 feet of road between Springhill Road and Vehslage Drive.
City officials say that the 10 a.m. ceremony was held at the intersection of West Second Street and Springhill Road. Mayor Craig Luedeman was joined by members of the city council, city employees, staff from GAI Consultants, Inc., Milestone Contractors and INDOT. Mayor Luedeman thanked everyone involved, noting that the project came in ahead of schedule and under budget.