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Correction: The amount previously awarded to Texas Bit by the City of Greenville in August for work on the city's Street Improvement Plan was $1.54 million.

Tonight, the Greenville City Council will consider adding streets to the list of roadways to be addressed this year under the city’s Street Improvement Program (SIP).

The improvements that Greenville’s Department of Public Works is proposing to add to the list include work on East Washington Street, West Washington Street at Langford Street, Oliver Street, Bethel Road and Jefferson Street.

If approved, Texas Bit, the contractor who has been implementing Greenville’s SIP, has agreed to do the work on the additional streets for $450,527.60. This fee would be on top of the $1.54 million already being paid to Texas Bit for work on the streets that were already on the list.

The specific improvements that were already on the list under the city’s SIP are as follows:

Minor Reconstruction

• Morse Street – Bois d Arc to Travis

• Henry Street – Houston to Gordon

• Henry Street – Gordon to Stuart

• Henry Street – Stuart to Johnson

• Wesley Street – Blades to Silver

• Edgewood Drive – Old Mill Road to Royal Oaks

• Spencer Street – King to Wright

Mill & Overlay

• Terrell Road – IH 30 Service Road to Wesley

• Terrell Road – Wesley to Sayle

• Traders Road – Walmart to Wesley


• Bethel Road – Old Mill Road to Bridge (West)

Valley Gutter


• Turtle Creek Estates – 19 Locations, Total 1,110 SY

Street Striping

• Wesley Street – Oneal to Sockwell – Double Yellow

• Center Point Lane – IH 30 to Jack Finney – Double Yellow

• Traders Road – Wesley to Walmart Double – Yellow, Dashed White, Turns

• Walnut Street – Lee to Sockwell – Double Yellow

• Terrell Road – IH 30 to Lions Lair – Double Yellow, Solid White, Turns

• Stonewall Street – Park to Joe Ramsey – Double Yellow, Turns, Stop

The regular session of tonight’s Greenville City Council meeting will begin at 6 p.m. at the Fletcher Warren Civic Center at 5501 Business Highway 69 South.

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Travis Hairgrove is a news reporter and features writer at the Herald-Banner and covers city government for many municipalities in Hunt County. To reach him outside of business hours, email

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