Paving work to begin in downtown Franklin




If you’re driving in downtown Franklin, you might see construction signs and equipment as soon as this week.

Work to repave Jefferson Street between U.S. 31 and Walnut Street, along with other repaving projects that didn’t get finished last year, will begin after workers arrive this week.

The Franklin Board of Works approved spending $34,300 for the paving work on Jefferson Street. The work originally was to be done later this summer, but city officials decided to add it to a list of roads being paved this month.

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