Sink hole on Broad Street will cost Selma
SELMA — Broad Street is a state highway, but the sink hole that has barriers thrown up around it near LL Anderson.
During a work session with the Selma City Council Monday, Mayor George Evans said preliminary figures to repair the hole run between $45,000 and $50,000.
Evans said he had asked the city treasurer to begin finding the money. He expects to have a more definite cost estimate on Dec. 10 when the city council meets again.
The city is responsible for the sink hole because it is underneath the highway, the mayor said.