There is a new burn ordinance for the City of Sumter after the Sumter City Council approved its final reading at its meeting on Tuesday, where it also approved resolutions for a community center on Salem Avenue and resurfacing project for Hampton …
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Sumter City Council approved a contact for a community center on Hampton Avenue at its meeting on Tuesday.
Reading: Resolution, one vote is required
Agenda item: A procurement resolution to enter a contract with Hunter Builders of Sumter for the Memorial Park Meeting House Project to construct a community center at 407 W. Hampton Ave.
Background: The project, estimated to cost $890,000, will include the construction of a new facility at the location and the renovation of an existing structure.
Vote: Unanimous approval
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