Levelland City Council Hears Results Of Infrastructure Plan

The City of Levelland Many months ago contracted with the group Freese and Nichols to perform a Comprehensive Infrastructure Review for them. After several months of surveying city streets, facilities, water systems, and more, Thursday night Freese and Nichols were ready to present their findings to an eager almost-full council. Councilman Jim Myatt was not present at this workshop, however these findings will once again be presented at the regular City Council meeting on Monday, April 3rd.

The infrastructure review covered all City-owned Infrastructure, broken down into 4 portions: Water, Stormwater, Transportation, and Facilities. This included scanning all 98 miles of City roads, dedicated walk-throughs of City facilities, as well as comparisons to other municipalities in the area for inspiration. As this was a review, there were recommendations for various renovations and changes to be made, and the price tags associated with those changes were rather substantial. No decisions were made at this meeting as it was a work session, but Freese & Nichols will be returning on Monday, April 3rd for Levelland City Council’s regular meeting to answer any further questions, or offer any guidance as is necessary. KLVT News will be releasing a break-down of this report as well as the supplemental Council Meeting in portions for easier digestion. Check back on Tuesday for the first in that series of coverage.

About Drew Dunn

News Director for KLVT AM 1230 in Levelland. We provide local and regional news updates 5 times a day on KLVT AM 1230 and online at www.klvtradio.com
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