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Majority of Joyce St. Property Owners Want Road Improvements

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BILLINGS, Mont. -

 Packed in a local restaurant dining room, property owners along Joyce St., in the Heights, gave the city the green light on drawing up plans to improve their street.

Over two dozen Joyce St. property owners showed up. At the end of the  meeting, it was suggested a hand raising vote be held to let the city know property owners were serious about the road improvement plans.

David Mumford, City of Billings Public Works Director, said in September, there will be a final meeting to get the necessary input from property owners.  At that time, a plan will be drawn up and then presented to the property owners. At that point, it will go to a vote, where a response is required.  If approved, work would begin in Spring 2015 and wrap up toward the end of Summer 2015.

For now, property owners aren't facing any extra taxes and have over two months before they have to decide.

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