Clay Murphey, program director for special sales tax funded projects in Macon-Bibb County, points out how the stormwater culvert running underneath Second Street and Hazel Street in Macon is in danger of falling in in this February 2016 file photo.
Clay Murphey, program director for special sales tax funded projects in Macon-Bibb County, points out how the stormwater culvert running underneath Second Street and Hazel Street in Macon is in danger of falling in in this February 2016 file photo. Grant Blankenship breaking@macon.com
Clay Murphey, program director for special sales tax funded projects in Macon-Bibb County, points out how the stormwater culvert running underneath Second Street and Hazel Street in Macon is in danger of falling in in this February 2016 file photo. Grant Blankenship breaking@macon.com

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