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Electricity – it’s one of the most important innovations in the history of humankind. It’s hard to imagine life without electricity, and for good reason. Nearly every aspect of our lives is affected by electricity in some form or fashion, from the way you wash your clothes to the effort you put in at work. From a residential standpoint, you need it to cook, clean, entertain, and live comfortably. For commercial purposes, electricity is used to power the computers needed to keep America moving. That’s why, when the electricity in your home or at your job is compromised, life grinds to a halt. Unfortunately, electrical problems are inevitable in today’s day and age. When the electricity in your home or commercial workspace fails, you need a quick, effective solution that will get your life back on track. And that, in a nutshell, is where L&M Electric, Inc. shines the brightest.

Our company was founded in 2009 by Roger Lee and John Mezzles. With a combined 46 years of electrical experience, the two entrepreneurs set out to create a company that offers quality workmanship and unparalleled service to all its builders and clients. Today, we are proud to have served South Carolina for nearly two decades as the premier electrician contractor in Mauldin, SC. Our family-owned business specializes in both residential and commercial electrical work. Our highly-trained team has the experience and skills to handle any electrical issue, from minor panel breaker problems to large-scale industrial issues.

Despite winning numerous awards and recognitions in the Southeast, we don’t let our accolades go to our head. Our team is committed to providing effective, personalized electrical work for every one of our customers. We take pride in our ability to offer peace of mind to our customers when they need it most, and that’s exactly what we aim to provide to you too. We’re talking one-on-one service provided by a friendly, professional electrician. There are no corners cut, no hidden fees, and no excuses – only the highest quality work from the finest electricians in Mauldin.

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What sets us apart from other electricians in Mauldin, SC? It boils down to three reasons:
Customer-Centric, Quality Electric Service
Customer-Centric, Quality Electric Service

As guests in your home, you won’t ever have to worry about a member of our team trying to sell you something you don’t need. Our job is to serve your electrical needs. You expect the highest quality electrical work in South Carolina, and that’s what we will provide.

Experienced, Affordable Electricians
Experienced, Affordable Electricians

You understand that the highest quality work requires fair compensation, but you’re not made of money. Our commitment is to offer affordable electric work at a price you’re satisfied paying.

Family Owned & Operated
Family Owned & Operated

We know that you are choosing L&M Electric for a reason. Unlike large corporations, we truly care about our customers. As a family business, serving you is personal for us. We stake our reputation on the quality of our work. As such, we are accountable and will always strive to deliver the service you have come to expect from our company.

Affordable Electric Service That Makes You Feel Like Family

At L&M Electric, we employ the brightest commercial and residential electricians in Mauldin. Having electricians that specialize in both residential and commercial projects allow us to provide our customers with a wider range of services.

Our team fixes a broad range of electrical issues, but we have built our reputation on the following electric services:

Affordable Electric Service That Makes You Feel Like Family

Electrical Repairs

Every homeowner has to deal with an electrical component breaking or failing at some point. When that happens, you need a partner who can troubleshoot the problem and correct the issue efficiently and effectively. A few common problems that we help solve for our customers include:

  • Ceiling Fan Repair
  • Light Fixture Repair
  • Light Switch & Outlet Repair
  • Electrical Safety Inspection

Electrical Installations

Whether you have a new ceiling fan that needs to be installed or you have a new electrical outlet that you’d like added to your bedroom, L&M Electric is here to help. Our team installs quality solutions every day of the week – there’s no electrical installation job your residential electrician in Mauldin, SC, can’t handle. Here is a glance at some of the installation projects that we complete for homeowners:

  • Smart Home Installation
  • Electric Car Charging Station Installation
  • Whole-Home Surge Protection Installation

Renovations and Remodeling

If you’re renovating or remodeling your home, you need a professional electrician on-hand to work to properly install your new electrical devices and systems. Our skilled electricians are happy to work with you or your remodeling consultant to install your lights and keep your home shining bright. Common renovation and remodeling jobs include:

  • Hot Tub Wiring
  • Kitchen Lighting Renovations
  • Finished Basement Electrical Wiring

New Construction Electrical Projects

Many new construction homeowners stress about having their electrical system wired from scratch. For us, it’s just another day on the job. If you’re building your dream home, don’t leave your electrical work to mediocre electricians. Trust L&M electric for reliable service and the highest quality electrical work in Mauldin. A few new construction projects we handle are:

  • Breaker Panel Box Installation
  • Wiring for Backup Generator
  • Landscape Lighting Outdoors
  • Low Voltage Wiring

Your Residential Electrician in Mauldin, SC

When you own a home, there’s something inherently fulfilling about taking care of your property and fixing issues that pop up over time. When it comes to electrical work, however, DIY projects can be dangerous. Electricity is an amazing innovation, but if you aren’t fully trained and licensed to handle such work, it’s best to leave it to the experts at L&M Electric. Your home’s safety is essential for you and your family. Our team will go above and beyond to ensure that your home’s electrical system is operating correctly without any concerning problems.

With more than 60 years of combined experience as electricians, we are capable of troubleshooting and fixing a litany of electrical issues in your house. Keep reading to learn more about the most common electrical issues our customers report, along with some handy tips on how to remediate such problems.

Your Residential Electrician

Panel Breaker is Tripped

If you don’t have any power in your home, it might be time to check your electrical panel to see if there are any tripped breakers. If you spot a tripped breaker, try your best to switch it over to its original position. If you can’t, remember that some breakers need to be flipped to the “off” position before turning it back on. If you don’t have any luck, give our office a call. We’ll send a trained residential electrician in Mauldin to your home to fix the problem on-site.

Panel Breaker is Tripped

Overhead Fan Stops Working

If you have an overhead fan in your living room or bedroom, you know how quickly it can accumulate dust. Most homeowners clean up using a rod duster. However, sometimes homeowners accidentally hit the fan direction switch when doing so. But, instead of flipping it “on” or “off,” they bump it into a limbo zone where neither direction is selected. When this happens, your overhead fan will not spin. If one of your fans stops working suddenly, this is one of the most common reasons why. If you’re sure you didn’t hit the fan direction switch, it could be an indication of a larger problem. In this case, call our office for a free phone consultation. We’ll troubleshoot with you over the phone and if necessary, send out an electrician.

Overhead Fan Stops Working

Kitchen Breaker Keeps Tripping

If your home was built in the last 35 years, chances are it has two 20-amp circuits running to your kitchen countertop outlets. Newer homes will have three circuits. If you’re constantly tripping the breaker to your kitchen, it’s most likely because you have too many electrical devices connected to the same circuit. To help alleviate this problem, place appliances like coffee makers and toasters on two different circuits. That way, they can share the load.

At the end of the day, your home is your place of solitude and relaxation. But, when you have electrical issues in your home, things can quickly go from peaceful to problematic. Whether you’re renovating your home and need a new room wired for power or your panel breaker keeps giving your problems, L&M Electric is here to assist. If you have questions about an issue or need to schedule service, our team is ready to help answer your questions and coordinate the best time for a residential electrician to come to your home in Mauldin.

Kitchen Breaker Keeps Tripping

Tips to Save Money and Maintain Your Home’s Electrical Systems

Unlike some of our competitors, who are reluctant to provide any information that might prevent them from making a buck, L&M Electric is all about empowering our customers. If we can offer sound advice that will educate our clients and help them save money, we have no problem doing so. That’s why we have put together some helpful tips and tricks for maintaining your home’s most common electrical systems. Because, at the end of the day, a little knowledge can go a long way when it comes to your family’s safety.

Install-Surge-Protectors

Install Surge Protectors

Intense lighting storms can cause powerful surges of electricity that ruin your home’s electrical appliances and amenities. Surge protectors installed at your electrical panel can help prevent these surges by grounding the electricity running through your home. They do so by directing it away from your electrical devices. This common solution is inexpensive, effective, and always a better choice than replacing expensive items like TVs and computers.

Examine Your Breaker Panel

Examine Your Breaker Panel

Breaker panels control the power to your home. When they go bad or are damaged, there’s a good chance that you will lose power to most of the rooms in your house. Open your breaker panel and keep a sharp eye out for signs of corrosion and rust. Double-check that each breaker you see flips on and off properly. If you notice corrosion or if the breaker switches won’t flip, it’s time to get in touch with a residential electrician in Mauldin, SC, who can inspect your breaker panel and recommend upgrades if necessary.

Test Your GFIs

Test Your GFIs

GFIs, or Ground Fault Interrupters, are similar to surge protectors in that they prevent electrical damage from happening in your home. The primary job of a GFI is to prevent electrical shocks that happen during a ground fault. Because water is a conductor of electricity, GFIs should be installed anywhere that an outlet comes into contact with water. You should try to test your GFIs every month, if possible, to ensure that they are working correctly. When you look closely at your GFI, you will notice a “test” and a “reset” button. Hit the “test” button to trip the GFI outlet and then hit “reset” to restore power. If your outlet resets, your GFI is working as it should. If not, you need to replace your GFI outlet. Because electricity is involved, we recommend hiring a professional to install new GFIs in your home. That way, you know the job is done right.

Replace-Outdated-Light-Bulbs

Replace Outdated Light Bulbs

The right light bulb can add the perfect amount of ambiance to your home. Eventually, however, even the best light bulbs will need replacing. While they don’t need checking every month, it’s a good idea to inspect all your bulbs at the beginning of the year. If any of your bulbs are dead, you should replace them. You should also consider replacing bulbs that are incandescent with LED lights. LED light bulbs may cost more upfront but use less electricity and are more efficient over the long run.

Schedule a Home Safety Inspection

Schedule a Home Safety Inspection

In terms of preventative maintenance, scheduling a safety inspection for your home’s electrical systems should be a high priority. These inspections will shine a light on the electrical features in your home that need to be fixed. Most modern electrical fires are caused by short circuit arcs, defective insulation, or broken wiring. An inspection conducted by a qualified electrician will help determine what needs to be fixed so you and your family stay safe in your home. Your inspector should cover your whole home and will examine common features such as:

  • Breakers
  • Fans
  • Exposed Wiring
  • Electrical Panels
  • Circuits
  • Switches
  • Outlets and More
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DELIVERING QUALITY ELECTRICAL SERVICE TO 5,000+ HOMES PER YEAR

he electrical system in your home brings it to life from the lights and appliances we use every day to the entertainment we all love and enjoy. You want an electrician that makes you feel safe while delivering the quality services you’re promised.

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Full-Service Electrical Work for Home and Business

Whether you need light switch services for your newly renovated home or need a generator installed at your commercial property, L&M Electric is here to serve you. Our team will get the job done right, so you can get back to loving your life in the Lowcountry.

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Latest News in Mauldin

'We don't have an option': Mauldin residents voice concerns over latest Butler Road plans

Mauldin residents got their first look at the latest rendering of Butler Road's future on Thursday night, though not everybody is happy with the changes.Council voted unanimously in February to support a compromise option to keep traffic flowing near Old Mill and Bethel Roads. The first two options required tearing down dozens of housing units and the third only lists seven potential relocations.While the first two options would have created a four-way intersection, the current plan has two traffic lights about 1...

Mauldin residents got their first look at the latest rendering of Butler Road's future on Thursday night, though not everybody is happy with the changes.

Council voted unanimously in February to support a compromise option to keep traffic flowing near Old Mill and Bethel Roads. The first two options required tearing down dozens of housing units and the third only lists seven potential relocations.

While the first two options would have created a four-way intersection, the current plan has two traffic lights about 1,200 feet away from one another. Some changes to right of way and draining were made based on public input, and more may be made after the current comment period closes on Dec. 10.

"With the restrictions on the federal funds and the new standards they’ve got to meet, we’re really locked out of getting what we wanted – which was the straight-through option. To us, that’s the fix," Mayor Terry Merritt said at the public information meeting. "If the lights stay synced up, I think this will work."

One of the properties belongs to sisters Bobbie Pope and Cathy Raines. It's the house they grew up in and the one they see from the windows of their own homes now.

"That house has been there since 1947," Pope said standing over an 8-foot printout of the plan Thursday night. "They took land from Mama and Daddy twice to widen the road and add a sidewalk, and now they want to take her house and land and everything."

Initial plans left the house, used as a rental property, with only 4 feet of front yard. Not ideal, they said, but they could manage with that.

"The way they’re saying, we don’t have an option: They’ll tear it down or move it. I mean, how cold can you get?" Raines challenged. "Daddy loved that place and we love that place. It’s just heart-breaking."

A planted median has appeared near their driveways that limits Raines' ability to easily turn onto Butler Road, but those minor changes can be made more easily than removing or razing the home where the sisters grew up.

SCDOT is working to create an entry to the city that fits with the vision of the council but accommodates growth, Merritt said. Part of that involved widened medians with greenspace.

"We’ve worked with them to keep the entrance to our city somewhat quaint," he said. "This isn't set in stone and I still don’t totally like it, but we can’t wait another 14 years and start all over."

SCDOT anticipates finalizing right-of-way designs in July of next year and having construction plans in July of 2023. Construction is expected to start in 2024 and be complete in 2026.

Improvement impacts:

The official comment period is Nov. 10 to Dec. 10. Comments can be mailed to Casey Luas, SCDOT, at 955 Park St., P.O. Box 191, Columbia, SC 29201 or emailed to ButlerRoad@scdot.org. More information is available at buildabetterbutler.com.

— Caitlin Herrington, local reporter and lover of alliteration, covers government and growth in the Golden Strip. Get in touch with her at cherrington@greenvillenews.com, support her work by subscribing and follow her on Twitter @GVLnewsCat.

Augusta Road redesign underway in Greenville after months of analysis

After months of analysis, discussion with residents and talks with the South Carolina Department of Transportation, the solutions that Greenville will pursue to make Augusta Street safer are becoming clearer.Phase one of a "road diet" project in the residential area of Augusta Street between Faris Road and Mauldin Road is under design, and phase two for a streetscape project is scheduled to start in February 2022, according to ...

After months of analysis, discussion with residents and talks with the South Carolina Department of Transportation, the solutions that Greenville will pursue to make Augusta Street safer are becoming clearer.

Phase one of a "road diet" project in the residential area of Augusta Street between Faris Road and Mauldin Road is under design, and phase two for a streetscape project is scheduled to start in February 2022, according to the city's website and City Councilmember Wil Brasington, who represents the area.

The most recent push for traffic and pedestrian safety improvements came after the tragic roadside death of an Augusta Street resident, Brittany Langley Lawson, in the spring, but a redesign has been needed for years, local residents have said.

The road diet reduces lanes to allow for a center shared turning lane or median.

The project's second phase is anticipated to include installation of multi-use paths, improvements to access, landscaping, utility undergrounding, repaving and traffic-signal upgrades.

Construction is expected to begin summer 2023.

Lawson, 38, was with her Goldendoodle, Chloe, on Augusta Street near Augusta Place May 29 when they were struck by a dark colored SUV that ran off the roadway and crossed onto the sidewalk.

While Lawson's death brought renewed focus on the problem, residents and business owners have been concerned about the street's narrow turns and small sidewalks for years, they told The Greenville News. They've asked the city to make it safer for drivers and pedestrians alike.

Wrecks:Stolen vehicle hit, killed Greenville woman and her dog on Augusta Street, police say

With the redesign, travel time for drivers on that stretch of Augusta would increase by 5-10%, or from 7½ to 8 minutes in the morning and from 8½ to 9½ minutes in the evening. But crashes would be reduced by up to 36%, according to a traffic study commissioned by the city.

According to the city traffic presentation, other improvements in the works include:

The city also took the opportunity to look at urban design and policy solutions. Design recommendations from Urban Design Associates included:

And policy recommendations included:

The recommendations are expected to go before City Council for discussion in a work-session meeting Nov. 22.

The city's petition to take over Augusta Street from the state Department of Transportation is a key factor in carrying out the improvements. Previous efforts to improve the road have been slowed by coordination with the department, city officials have said, since the DOT has had the final say on the busy corridor that runs to downtown Greenville.

At one point, residents pushed back against a proposal to widen Augusta.

Previous discussion:Greenville's Augusta Street could get 'road diet' and other traffic improvements

City Council passed a resolution Oct. 11 to request ownership of Augusta Road. The DOT will have to approve the request.

City Council apportioned $250,000 for pedestrian safety projects in June, vowing to take action in the wake of tragedy. The money will be used to study hazardous traffic areas across the city, then design and construct projects identified in the process, according to a press release from city government officials.

Macon Atkinson is the city watchdog reporter for The Greenville News. She's powered by long runs and strong coffee. Follow her on Twitter @maconatkinson.

Mauldin City Council notes: Council moves ahead on limiting consignment, thrift stores within city limits

A measure to limit the addition of new consignment and thrift stores in the city of Mauldin passed first reading Sept 20.City Council approved a proposal to require any new thrift store be separated by at least 200 feet from residential properties. In addition, the business must be located within a multi-tenant shopping center.Kevin Conway, who represents the owner of the former Bi-Lo location on West Butler Road, said the measure would deny Habitat for Humanity a chance to ope...

A measure to limit the addition of new consignment and thrift stores in the city of Mauldin passed first reading Sept 20.

City Council approved a proposal to require any new thrift store be separated by at least 200 feet from residential properties. In addition, the business must be located within a multi-tenant shopping center.

Kevin Conway, who represents the owner of the former Bi-Lo location on West Butler Road, said the measure would deny Habitat for Humanity a chance to open a store in Mauldin.

According to Conway, the landlord has not been able to find another tenant besides Habitat.

While members of Council voiced support for the nonprofit’s mission, some said they have to consider the big picture.

“Somehow a discussion about zoning ordinances and looking at Mauldin’s future has turned into Mauldin has a target on the back of Habitat,” said Councilman Taft Matney. “This is not about Habitat for Humanity. Habitat’s [current] ReStores are not in municipal limits. This would butt up against the Central Business District. This is about us looking at Mauldin’s future. We have got to pay attention to our voters, who are excited about what City Center can and will become. That’s what this zoning ordinance will do by its nature.”

Approved on second reading:

An ordinance to sell the fire department headquarters at 9 E. Butler Road to Milledoler Property LLC for $775,000.

Once the new station at the corner of West Butler Road and Plant Street is complete, the fire department will relocate.

Tabled on second reading:

The rezoning of 12.5 acres located at Ashmore Bridge and Fork Shoals roads.

Bluewater Civil Design LLC had requested the property’s current residential and commercial zoning be reconfigured by doing the following:

Approved on first reading:

The annexation of 16 acres at 2001 Fork Shoals Road and approximately 16 acres at the corner of Fork Shoals and Union Church roads.

The SVN Blackstream and Bluewater Civil Design LLC plan to expand the Chestnut Ridge subdivision, which is under development, onto the approximately 32 acres and add around 139 single-family homes as well as a 2.8-acre commercial outparcel at the intersection of Fork Shoals and Union Church roads.

The subdivision is already approved for 529 single-family residences, 43 single-family attached homes and a commercial site along Fork Shoals Road.

Approved:

City Administrator Brandon Maddon will accept American Recovery Plan Act of 2021 funds on behalf of the city.

Mauldin is expected to receive over $12 million.

In addition, City Council approved the proposed expenditures for funds, which include:

Approved on second reading:

The rezoning of one acre located at 227 E. Butler Road from residential to general commercial. The property is occupied by a single-family dwelling.

Sully’s Steamers coming to Maverick Station development in downtown Mauldin

The new development Maverick Station in downtown Mauldin has just announced its first tenant.The popular fast-casual bagel sandwich chain Sully’s Steamers will be opening in one of the development’s four suites and is set to open to the public at the start of 2022.Taking over the former Family Dollar location at intersection of Laurens and Butler Roads, Maverick Station is the latest project from the Parker Group, the same developer behind the new ...

The new development Maverick Station in downtown Mauldin has just announced its first tenant.

The popular fast-casual bagel sandwich chain Sully’s Steamers will be opening in one of the development’s four suites and is set to open to the public at the start of 2022.

Taking over the former Family Dollar location at intersection of Laurens and Butler Roads, Maverick Station is the latest project from the Parker Group, the same developer behind the new City Center project just down the road.

Three other suites are still available: a 4,400-square-foot anchor restaurant space and two 2,300 business spaces.

Developer Drew Parker said he’s been targeting family friendly, full-service options for the remaining restaurant space.

“If you ask me, I’ll probably think steakhouse right off-hand, but it doesn’t have to be a steakhouse,” Parker said. “What we do want is a family-friendly, fun place to go on a date night, with a group of friends or just a business meeting for lunch. I keep hearing from residents that there’s not enough dining options, especially full-service, so that’s the concept we’re looking for.”

The restaurant space will feature a patio with a roof for outdoor seating. As for the two business spaces, Parker said he expects both to be used as office space although he’s not ruling out retail.

“We’re not ruling it out, but it’s just got to be a good fit,” he said.

Parker Group Commercial Broker Michael Johnson said the goal was to create a space that celebrates the community of Mauldin while also complimenting the nearby City Center project.

“That’s why we chose the name, ‘Maverick Station,’ doing a play off the high school’s logo,” Johnson said, referring to the Mauldin Mavericks. “It’s meant to embody Mauldin as a town, to fit a need but also hopefully give something for people to be excited about.”

The lease rate for the space is $26 per square foot with parking included. Project Plus handled design of the development.

Both Johnson and Parker said they have no specific plans for future developments in Mauldin, but they didn’t rule out the possibility.

“We’re big believers in Mauldin. We love what Mauldin has to offer, and it’s been such a good collaboration with the city and the community so far,” Johnson said. “So yeah, I wouldn’t be shocked if we had a good opportunity. We’d love to do something else.”

$150 million urban village, BridgeWay Station, breaks ground in Mauldin

The $150 million first phase of the BridgeWay Station project has just broken ground in Mauldin, marking the starting point of what aims to be an immersive, master-planned urban village.For years, developer Phil Hughes, founder of Hughes Investments, has been working behind the scenes to finalize what he calls “the vision” of the project.Now that vision is clear: more than 450,000 square feet of new development, including retail, restaurants, office...

The $150 million first phase of the BridgeWay Station project has just broken ground in Mauldin, marking the starting point of what aims to be an immersive, master-planned urban village.

For years, developer Phil Hughes, founder of Hughes Investments, has been working behind the scenes to finalize what he calls “the vision” of the project.

Now that vision is clear: more than 450,000 square feet of new development, including retail, restaurants, office space, multifamily residential, and event space, along with a pedestrian bridge over the highway.

Hughes Investments is spearheading the project alongside McMillan Pazdan Smith Architecture and Harper General Contractors.

Designed to emulate “old-world architecture,” the development is expected to bring more than 1,000 new jobs to Mauldin within the first phase alone, with an anticipated completion date of Q4 2022.

At the groundbreaking ceremony, Hughes said he believes the creation of the urban village will be a historical moment for Greenville County, while also taking the chance to toss a quick barb at Charleston by comparison.

“Charleston has long been living on its history,” Hughes said. “Greenville is making its own right now.”

The focal point of the project’s design — and its namesake — is a new pedestrian bridge that will span I-385 and connect the Prisma Health Swamp Rabbit Trail from Traveler’s Rest and Greenville to BridgeWay Station, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn and beyond.

Hughes said he originally purchased the land 30 years ago, around the time of the extension of I-385 from I-85, and his intention was to turn the land into an industrial park, given its easy access and visibility to the highway.

“Now, 30 years later, I am thankful to have been patient,” he said. “You don’t pick an apple until it’s ripe, and this area is ripe for development.”

The first phase of the project, which comes with a price tag of more than $150 million, is just the start.

“Hundreds of millions are anticipated in future phases,” Hughes said.

The second phase will begin sometime in the next few years and will ultimately take anywhere from 10-15 years before the buildout has reached completion.

So far no specific tenants have been announced for the first phase, although Hughes confirmed they have been “locked in” and that individuals will be making announcements on their own time schedule, likely in the near future.

“You don’t pick an apple until it’s ripe, and this area is ripe for development.” – Phil Hughes, founder, Hughes Investments

The sheer scope of the project made the groundbreaking ceremony a communal event of sorts for state leaders, with attendance from Gov. Henry McMaster, Senator Lindsey Graham and Congressman William Timmons, along with Greenville County Council Chairman Willis Meadows and Mauldin Mayor Terry Merritt.

Graham, for his part, said he thought Mauldin would one day eclipse the City of Greenville when it comes to national renown.

“People will be asking you one day where’s Greenville,” Graham said, “and they’ll say, ‘Oh, it’s near Mauldin.'”

Calling Mauldin “one of the most dynamic communities in the state,” Hughes said the support and cooperation of the city’s leadership was pivotal in finally breaking ground on the project.

“It is our hope and dream that we will be able to deliver for our community a beautiful and unique place just to come and enjoy with many choices to eat, shop, work, live, play or just relax,” he said.

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