Clay Murphey, who oversees special sales tax-funded projects in Macon-Bibb County, points out in February how the stormwater culvert running underneath Second and Hazel streets in Macon is in danger of falling in.
Clay Murphey, who oversees special sales tax-funded projects in Macon-Bibb County, points out in February how the stormwater culvert running underneath Second and Hazel streets in Macon is in danger of falling in. Grant Blankenship
Clay Murphey, who oversees special sales tax-funded projects in Macon-Bibb County, points out in February how the stormwater culvert running underneath Second and Hazel streets in Macon is in danger of falling in. Grant Blankenship