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The Elizabethtown Town Council recognized Facilities and Public Works manager Greg Taylor and two N.C. Department of Transportation employees Monday night for their work on recent projects.

Taylor (pictured above with Council) was recognized for his work on electrical upgrades to several facilities, including the downtown street lighting. Mayor Sylvia Campbell noted that Taylor could be seen all hours of the nights and weekends changing the streetlights on Broad and Poplar streets.

Mayor Sylvia Campbell presented certificates of appreciation to NCDOT District 3 engineer Ken Clark and District 6 engineer Drew Cox. She cited their work and guidance on street improvement and other projects which “enhance the Live, Work, Play theme for the town.”

In other business,

Council approved the Board of Directors for the Elizabethtown Community Center being built on Martin Luther King Drive across from Leinwand Park

Those agreeing to serve 18-month terms are Richard Glenn, Linda Gillespie, Mark Gillespie, Herman Lewis, Rufus Lloyd, Lorenzo McDowell, Tommy McKoy, Minnie Price and Heather Tart. Serving as ex-officio members will be Mayor Sylvia Campbell, Town Manager Dane Rideout, Finance Director Sharon Penny and Director of Public Works/Engineering Stephen Duffy.

Elizabethtown has received a Community Development Block Grant – Neighborhood Revitalization funding to construct the new facility.

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