NORTHSIDE SCHOOLS have been getting ready for the new academic year with routine maintenance repairs as well as larger construction projects that will enhance each student’s education and extracurricular opportunities.
ROADS HAVE JUST BECOME much smoother for Madison drivers. As of the end of last week, Arbor Square, the northern end of Sherbourne, Locust Hill, and Windsor Hills have been repaved. Oak Hollow, Brookside Place, and Cross Creek have also received repairs.
Rice Road is now open for traffic 30 days sooner that projected. Orginial the state-aid project was scheduled for completion in late August, however weather and other conditions worked in Hemphill Construction’s favor.
ARMY VETERAN, father and husband, life insurance agent, survivor of a historical car wreck, lover of antique cars, and strong Christian, John Emory continues to live an invigorating and busy life at the ripe age of 84.
THE LIVINGSTON DEVELOPMENT continues to expand with a new church, a microbrewery and wine store opening soon. Livingston has been growing since the opening of the farmer’s market in 2012 and developmental plans that began in 2013.