Input sought for McNulty St. upgrade

BLYTHEWOOD – Improvements along McNulty Street in downtown Blythewood are on the horizon according to a statement issued by John Thompson, Director of the Richland County Department of Transportation.

Those improvements, funded by the Richland County Transportation Penny Tax program, will be the subject of a public meeting on Thursday, Jan. 24, to review conceptual plans for the street.

During the meeting, residents, property owners and project stakeholders will be given an opportunity to learn about the proposed project and provide input.

The format for the meeting will be a drop-in for interested parties to attend at their convenience between 5 and 7 p.m., to view maps and drawings of the proposed improvements and to discuss the project with project managers and the design team.

“Richland County values your suggestions and concerns, and carefully considers all feedback before any final project decisions are made,” Thompson wrote in the invitation to the drop-in.

Anyone unable to attend the meeting or has further questions, may contact Ben Lewis at 803-726-3614 or by email at [email protected]

The meeting will be held from 5 – 7 p.m., Thursday, Jan. 24, at Doko Manor, located at 100 Alvina Hagood Circle across Doko Park from Town Hall.