SRA approves grants for beautification along Broad Street
BY FRED GUARINO
Selma Sun Staff
At least six buildings in downtown Selma will get a facelift and new flower beds will line Broad Street from the Edmund Pettus Bridge to Selma City Hall, it was announced at last week’s Selma Redevelopment Authority meeting.
“With the facade project and this flowerbed project, we can start to make downtown much more presentable,” SRA board member Harold Speir said. Board member Billy Young volunteered to adopt a couple flower beds himself.
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