TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Major work is planned for a heavily traveled street in Terre Haute.
The entire length of Third Street within city limits will be re-paved this year.
Mayor Duke Bennett made that announcement during his breakfast Thursday morning. This project is part of a state project.
The city itself also has a $1.8 million paving budget. That's the largest budget under the Bennett administration.
Terre Haute will also put about $100,000 in downtown sidewalks this year.
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