The city needs at least $63 million to upgrade roads, street drainage systems, water lines and fire hydrants, city commissioners learned Tuesday.
An integrated master plan covering needs for roads, drainage and water and sewer lines showed that some areas of the city are not served by fire hydrants, while others have roads that have been paved so many times that the gutter between the street and the sidewalk no longer exists.
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