Neighborhood Improvement supervisors will get their first look Friday morning on the Morse Boulevard Multi-Modal Transportation Path Options Analysis Research.
The board will meet at 8 a.m. Friday, Aug. 11 at Savannah Middle.
The long-awaited research was paid for by CDD 1. Supervisors, together with residents, have been annoyed by the long-time unwillingness of the Sumter County Fee to check out the busy, usually harmful thoroughfare.
This extremely anticipated research might function a primary step towards making main enhancements to Morse Boulevard.
As well as, CDD 1 supervisors will maintain a city corridor assembly to debate the research with residents. That assembly will happen from 6 to eight p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, at La Hacienda Recreation Middle.