Services extended to undeveloped area of Scott - KLFY News 10

Services extended to undeveloped area of Scott

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SCOTT, La. (AP) - The city of Scott is moving north.

Pat Logan, who oversees planning for the city, tells The Advocate work is expected to begin next month on a $1.2 million project to extend city water and sewer lines under Interstate 10 to serve undeveloped tracts north of the interstate.

Hotels, restaurants and retail stores have been crowding in along the south side of I-10 near the Scott exit, but the lack of frontage roads and water lines have kept growth in check on the other side of the highway.

Logan says 1 of the main reasons for extending the water lines is the 44-acre Destination Pointe commercial development that is planned for the northwest corner of the I-10 interchange at Scott.

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