Voters in 2017 approved a one-penny Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (S.P.L.O.S.T.), and one of the proposed projects to be funded was the repaving of several miles of city streets in Fayetteville. Last week, that S.P.L.O.S.T.-funded work began with the repaving of White Road, and this week it includes the repaving of Kathi Avenue.
Kathi Avenue is located on the north side of the Michael’s and McDonald’s shopping center, and the road bends behind the shopping center to intersect with the new roundabout that also connects Church Street and the new Don Easterbrook Way.
As crews continue to repave streets in the City of Fayetteville, they will place notice signs in visible locations, and updates will be posted on the City’s website, www.fayetteville-ga.gov, and social media channels.
Please use caution when driving near repaving crews, and watch for flaggers directing traffic.