(STURGIS) – Two major street projects and several smaller ones in the City of Sturgis are being postponed until 2023.
Wednesday night, Sturgis City Engineer Barry Cox shared with the City Commission about the West Congress Street project. LINKC.
Cox also provided an update on the Franks Avenue and East Lafayette Street project. LINKD.
Cox says some other street projects may not be done this summer as well. He will keep the Commissioners updated.
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