The Transylvania Times -

By Mark Todd
Staff Writer 

County Wants City Help


March 18, 2011

Transylvania County commissioners want the city of Brevard to share in the cost of fixing drainage problems in and around the public safety complex.

County Manager Artie Wilson initially asked the board during its regular meeting Monday for permission to go out and seek bids for the project, which is estimated to cost $178,000.

The project would take water that now overflows to the east side of the safety complex and onto Morris Road and nearby properties during heavy rains and move it west to Lamb's Creek.

Wilson said the county wants to be "a good neighbor." Commissioners agreed but noted...

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