COLUMBIA — Dust clouds appeared and the sound of saws could be heard up and down Grampian Drive in west Columbia on Tuesday, July 6. Ten students in three groups used diamond-bladed saws and a jackhammer to remove damaged sections of a curb. A crew from the Public Works Department worked alongside the students on Grampian Drive to cut out the cracked curb.
Job Point expands internship program with public works department
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