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May 29, 2014MARYVILLE, Mo. |  By: Andy Campbell

Upcoming Improvements in Maryville

Improvement projects in the Maryville community were topics of discussion during this week's Maryville City Council Meeting.

Among these projects is the largely discussed 4th Street Improvement Project. The council approved two contracts last night for the project, one with Orr Wyatt Streetscapes and the other with SK Design Group.

Maryville City Manager, Greg McDanel, says S-K Design was approved after their help with the planning process.

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McDanel adds the project will be beneficial for the community.

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A pre-construction meeting is expected to be scheduled with the Council in June, with substantial completion by November of this year.

Details of other city improvements were also tackled during the meeting. McDanel says a smaller project on Fillmore Street will help move 4th Street along.

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Another improvement project is to the pedestrian trail along Munn Avenue. McDanel says the trail will promote the community's active lifestyle.

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In other action, the council also approved the purchase of a 2014 Ford F-150 for Mozingo Lake Recreation Park.