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Neil H. Boyden

Director of Public Works

Town of Williston South Carolina

HQ Phone:  (803) 266-7015

Direct Phone: (802) ***-****direct phone

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Town of Williston South Carolina

13112 Main Street

Williston, South Carolina,29853

United States

Company Description

Williston is located Barnwell County South Carolina near Aiken, the Savannah River Site, and Augusta, Georgia... more.

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Williston Observer


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Richmond


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Lake Iroquois Recreation District

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Champlain Water District - Safe Drinking Water All the Way to Your Tap

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Construction should start next month and be completed before the construction season ends in October, said Public Works Director Neil Boyden.
The work will move forward despite the fact that two property owners along the route have yet to grant easements for the path. Boyden said he was optimistic that those agreements will be struck before construction starts. If not, he said, the portion of the path running along those properties - 300 to 400 feet - will not be built but could be filled in at a later date. Boyden declined to say who owns the property because publicity could stymie delicate negotiations. He said the owners are "concerned about encroachment on the privacy of their land and how it will affect their lifestyle," the same issues raised by other landowners who have balked at providing easements in the past. Indeed, the time-consuming process of getting easements, along with permitting issues, has slowed work on all three segments to be funded entirely by a $2.6 million bond issue approved by voters in 2004: North Williston Road, from U.S. 2 to Mountain View Road; Mountain View Road, from North Williston Road to Old Stage Road; and U.S. 2, from North Brownell Road to Taft Corners. Only the North Williston Road segment is finished, and only after the width of the path was scaled back to allay neighbors' concerns. On Mountain View Road, construction was initially delayed as a few homeowners in the Pleasant Acres neighborhood refused to provide easements. Those easements have now been obtained, Boyden said, but a couple of other property owners nearer to the Old Stage Road end of the project have yet to strike agreements with the town. Boyden said once that is completed, the town will apply for another grant to actually build the sidewalk. He said there is only a "slim" chance the project will be completed in 2010 because of the long lead time involved with applying for and receiving grants.


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