Map: Sanger’s proposed 10-year plan

Earlier this week, the Sanger city manager told council members it will take 10 years and about $8.7 million to rehabilitate the city’s most distressed roads and water utilities.City Manager Mike Brice presented his proposal to the council during a workshop session, where he outlined how the city would finance improvements and upgrades to the city’s infrastructure.According to Brice’s plan, the costliest expenses are repairing roads and adding a new water well costing about $3.3 million and $2.7 million, respectively.

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