Williamson County Precinct 4 Commissioner Russ Boles was joined by Granger Mayor Monica Stojanik, Granger City Administrator Christy Bradshaw and others to break ground on the Davilla Street culvert project in Granger. Williamson County will be replacing the culvert located on a main street in Granger that provides access over the railroad tracks.
“I’m so excited for the project. This is following up on some commitments I made when I ran for office, to make sure that the county invested in our small towns,” said Precinct 4 Commissioner Russ Boles. “This road with this culvert is critical to the whole city of Granger, and I’m honored that they’re allowing us to work on it with them.”
The project was designed by RS&H. The contractor is Chasco Constructors. The cost of the project is $664,464 and is funded with voter-approved 2019 Road Bonds.