Utility work under way at Sprayberry, Jackson, Roscoe intersection

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Crews work near the former location of Lenny's Pub relocating utility poles at the Roscoe/Jackson/Sprayberry intersection this week. Bids open June 28 for the project, which will realign Roscoe Road at Jackson Street to meet with Sprayberry Road.

By JOHN A. WINTERS
john@newnan.com
Utility crews were out relocating utility poles this week in preparation for redoing the Roscoe Road/Jackson Street/Sprayberry Road intersection north of downtown Newnan.
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