Soo sod farm getting new taxpayer paid driveway
The widening of Second Line East has led to a new private driveway that will be paid for by taxpayer dollars.
Nov. 6, 2018 – Taxpayers in Sault Ste. Marie are on the hook for a new $150,000 private driveway leading to a local sod farm and landscaping business. The driveway is a consequence of the widening of Second Line East – a project that began four years ago.
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