Centreville City Council Revisits Speed Breaker Issues

Council Votes To Remove Speed Breaker


The Centreville City Council met in regular session on Tuesday February 20, 2024.

The main topic for the evening was a speed breaker that was recently installed on Walnut Street near the entrance to J&S Drugs.

Following a lengthy discussion about the pros and cons of the installed asphalt breaker the council voted to remove it and install temporary premanufactured devices along the business district.

The complete council discussion is available on the attached video.


SOURCEThe Bibb Voice
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